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Panama: A Tropical Medley
Living It the Tropical Way
Our Last Days in the Sun
Still Bearing the Heat
Making It Through the Medley
Leading Us in Harmony
Heated Minds Want to Know
Hot Action in the Tropics
Found in the Medley
Cooling the Heat
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1 994 ZONIAN
BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL
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Hey, we're almost there! The Tropical Bunch of '94 soaks up the sun
while looking ahead brightly to that glorious Q-day.
„, . A N A N A
A TROPICAL MEDLEY
The summer was great. It
seemed to last forever. Dur-
ing summer vacation, track
of time and day were lost.
August seemed far away and school
was a distant, forgotten dream. But,
as class schedules started arriving,
the realization hit. School was start-
ing again. The time to drag out the
rested backpack and new school sup-
plies was here. It was time to pack up
and head back to the Tropical Med-
ley, Balboa High School.
The Tropical Medley has been
dubbed so for various reasons. First,
the obvious one. It is located in a
tropical climate where the dress code
consists mainly of shorts, jeans, and
Mow, what makes it a medley? Look
around. BUS is full of diverse ethnic
groups and cultures. There are all
kinds of people here. We all interact.
Some people have travelled to differ-
ent parts of the world. Others simply
hail from them. You never know who
you might meet. It all makes for an in-
teresting school environment.
As school began, there were mixed
emotions. For many, this is their last
year, while others have just begun
their high school journey. There was
the usual feeling of frustration and
dislike towards school. But, generally
there was excitement in the muggy
tropical air as friends filled each other
in on vacation anecdotes.
Thus, the product, the beginning of
the 1993-94 school year. Another
year to start fresh, make more
friends, and create even more memo-
ries. With this introduction, we
present you the Tropical Medley, the
1994 BHS yearbook. We hope to cap-
ture the year, through this pictorial
essay, for you to remember.
Men at work. Gabe Bacot, Ivan Rodriguez, and
Bryan Lugo raffle out one of the various prizes
that could be won at the Senior Reception.
Don't get near me, I'm possessedl All excited
about the new school year, Addy Kingdom is
prepared to tackle the senior year she has
been waiting for since kindergarten.
It's hopeless. Tiffany Severson dreams of
workless vacation days that are long gone.
Happy days are here again. Although school
isn't an event most students look forward to,
you can't help but have fun. Howard Fulsom,
James Lantry. and Bryan Pierce all express
What a haml Looking for attention, our school
mascot gives the camera his best side during a
hoto by D. White
Vacation gossip. Tera Boozer and Michelle Dob-
son talk about what they did over summer vaca-
tion while waiting for the school bus to pick them
Mot another yearl Sam Scribner sits in class won-
dering where vacation went, and wishing he were
anywhere but school.
Senior Class Officers Show Their School Spirit:
President Ivan Rodriguez, Vice President Nicole
Nassiff, Secretary Nayda Nieves, and Treasurer
Photo by J. Staha
Why do we have to start school on a Thursday?
Students Beth Larrabee. Kathy Lopez and
Michelle Collins wait until the last possible
second before entering the building on the first
day of school.
Photo by D. White
Hallway happenings These underclassmen
hope there's no seniors around to catch them
stepping on the plaque!
In the midst of the hustle 6f bustle Mrs.
Monlouis, Band & chorus director, can't be-
lieve the mayhem she sees in the hallway on
the first day of class.
Is it Friday yet? "Maru ' Aleman
asks herself the same question
asked by every student who ever
Get a little closer. Striking up a
conversation with Jesse Berger.
John Blanchette checks to see if
her agenda is full for Friday night.
Living (f the Tropical Way
Balmy breezes, radiant sunshine, palm trees sway-
ing . . the Bahamas? Jamaica? Mope. It's, our very
What is Student Life like in the tropics? It is eating lunch
outside in the sunshine, bumming around the Breezeway
with the warm breeze caressing you, and attending
dances on clear, starry nights. One day you are enjoying a
pleasant, relaxing nap, the next day you are getting hyped
at a pep rally. It includes traveling to "the other side'' for
the unique annual Jamboree football game. Student Life
also consists of the ever-present cramming for tests and
procrastinating on assignments.
The tropical climate allows Student Life to extend be-
yond the school boundaries. There is always time for a
trip to the beach to surf, lay out, or just hang out with
buddies. Take a trip further into Panama, and explore the
"interior". Go out to an island and scuba dive. Student
Life in Panama is about having fun in the sun and taking
advantage of the weather, without actually having to drop
out of school.
FOR A DAY
On the morning of
September 3, five
over to the Atlantic side to
represent the football
teams who chose them.
Dressed in comfortable
traveling garb, Rachel Bot-
tin, Jessica Staha, Sarah
Beattie, Rachel Gomez,
and Nayda Nieves gathered
in the main office at BHS
and were soon off in their
royal van to Cristobal High
Following a speedy lunch
upon their arrival, the
queens were lead to a
locker room where they
prepared for their annual
presentation to the entire
CHS population at their
Jamboree Pep Rally. The
Tiger Queen, Laura
Kramer, was there, already
dressed and waiting.
"I was kind of nervous,"
said Sarah Beattie, "but it
wended up not being so
bad. The students seemed
so anxious to meet us all
that I didn't really have
time to get embarrassed."
After representing their
teams at the Cristobal Pep
Rally, the queens had a
couple hours to spare until
the festivities began. A
quick trip back to the
locker room gave the girls
a chance to shed their
dressy clothing and slip
into something bummy. Af-
terwards, a trek was made
up to the teacher's faculty
lounge to relax their royal
"1 didn't really think go-
ing to a rally could be no
nerve wrecking and tiring,"
said Nayda Nieves, "I
guess being a queen is
harder than I thought!"
Show time came quickly
and when the queens real-
ized what time it was, they
knew they had to run down
to the locker room before it
became occupied by a foot-
ball team. Some managed
to squeeze into their gowns
before a few people barged
in, but the rest had to run
around half ready, in
search of somewhere more
private to get dressed. After
rushing into a JROTC room
as a last resort because the
door to get back into the
school was locked, most of
the queens were dressed.
Minutes after the head of
the JROTC department
found out that the girls
were dressing in there and
had become enraged, the
doors to the school and
faculty lounge were opened
up and the queens could
"All that running around,
now that I think about it, is
kind of funny, even though
it wasn't at the moment,"
said Jessica Staha. "That
JROTC guy was really mad
The rest of the evening
was a breeze compared to
that scenario. When the
Jamboree Parade began,
the Queens were seated on
top of a truck and taken
around the track. After
their presentation, the
queens were seated in the
stadium to watch the offi-
cial start of the 1993 Jam-
by Rachel Gomez
Pre-Jamboree bingel The girls enjoy a variety of treats such
cookies, sodas, and even a traditional Panamanian dish called
Bad hair day? If so, it isn't a very appropriate time for queens Jessica
Staha and Rachel Gomez as they get ready for the big event.
Pep-rally previews. The six football queens give the camera a quick
smile before presenting themselves to the gym full of CHS students.
Cristobal Tiger Queen Laura
Cougar Queen Nayda Nieves, M.
1 Morgan and R. Reyes
Kiwanis Queen Rachel Bottin
Red Machine Queen Rachel Go- Green Devils Queen Jessica Staha Bulldogs Queen Sarah Beattie, R.
mez, B. Archibold and H. Twohy J. Williford and Q. Underwood Underwood and T. Ellis
Ahh J ust chlllingl Senior Class President
Ivan Rodriguez relaxes after falling during
■ Izzy Dizzy".
What am I doing here? Tony Usera is deep in
thought as he walks outside the Amador Offic-
"Hey, look down there." Vanessa Hernandez
points something out to her peers who all react
Photo by J. Staha
1993 SENIOR RECEPTION
A Great Way To Heat Up For The Upcoming Year
Sunday, September 26, 1993,
was the place to be for Se-
niors. Amador Officers' Club
was where the annual Senior
Reception was held. The Class of '94
came together to celebrate their
newly attained Senior Status.
Seniors and teachers danced to the
music of DJ's Tyler Quinn and Gabe
Bacot. Other activities included
games of volleyball, soccer, and ulti-
mate. "Izzy Dizzy" was the highlight
event as Senior Class President Ivan
Rodriguez-Mesa provided his fellow
peers with something worthy of
laughter, by falling flat on his back.
Raffles were held and a memorable
event was the performance by Mrs.
Sosa, Mrs. Alvarado, and Mr. Waugh
dancing to "their music" and show-
ing the crowd hidden talent.
"I had a really good time just hang-
ing out with everyone," said Senior
Kari Syrdahl. Senior Class Vice-Presi-
dent Nicole Nassiff agreed, "The Se-
nior Reception was the perfect event
to initiate our senior year."
In the end, the reception party re-
sulted in a great success. It was sur-
prisingly more fun and enjoyat le
than most seniors had anticipate d.
Gabe Bacot summed it up best >y
saying, "I thought it was going o
suck, but it turned out to be rea ly
cool and memorable."
Story by Kari Syrd; hi
and Michelle K 10
Photo by D. White
Taking a break. James Lantry. Megan Ke )
and fellow Seniors enjoy a pause during the
Plotting something? Ms. Manchester, Mrs.
Webley. Mr. Anderson. Mrs. Alvarado. and Mr.
I Brucr look guilty.
Students And Teachers Show Spirit
Halloween '93 was cele-
brated at BHS with the an-
nual Halloween Costume
contest and classroom
door competition. Mrs. Company's
Senior English class won the door
decoration contest. Her creative stu-
dents made a cave complete with
haunting music and dry ice going as
students entered her room. The cos-
tume contest was held during lunch
outside the main building. Students
and faculty paraded around the mon-
ument while the judges viewed the
costumes. Each costume was judged
on the basis of creativity, originality,
and special effects. First place was
won by Andrea Alvarado for her out-
standing MIME act. Second place was
earned by Torre McDade for his fe-
male impersonation "Towanda".
Tony Worthington took third place for
his Dracula costume and make-up.
The students each won CASH
awarded by the Student Association
and the Door contest winner won a
pizza party also paid for by the S.A.
Many faculty members participated
in the fun as well. Mrs. Corbett won
an honorable mention for her excel-
lent portrayal of her daughter. Gin-
ger. She wore some of Ginger's
clothes, shoes and carried her guitar.
Mr. Waugh came to school dressed as
a Genie, but he looked like an old Al-
addin instead! Mrs. Sosa, Ms. Hans,
Mrs. Fisher, Mr. Fendrich, and Mr.
Waugh dressed as STRESS pump-
kins. Other costumes worthy of note,
but not cash winners were the "MARX
SISTERS ", the clowns, belly-dancer
and animal acts. As usual, this Friday
before Halloween was kicked off by
fun and frolic in the halls at BHS.
It's Lassie, it's Benji, no wait-it's Beethoven!
Mr. Koechlein fools us all with his clever dis-
guise on Halloween.
Jack is back-bigger and better than before!
Coming to us from Mr. Koechlein's pumpkin
patch, this huge fruit was one way to express
the Halloween spirit.
Just clowning aroundl Brent Smiley maintains
his balance while showing off his juggling tal-
Peekaboo, guess who? After performing her
mime routine, Andrea Alvarado earned herself
the first place prize in the contest.
HOT HEALTH TIPS
BHS Students Attend Annual Health Fair
The Balboa High School
Health Fair was held on Fri-
day, October 28, in the BHS
gym. Demonstrations and
displays were offered at the various
booths showing the many aspects of
health awareness. Quest speakers
were also invited to attend and edu-
cate the students through lectures
and visual displays. These included
members of the Military Police, alco-
hol and drug prevention groups, a
dermatologist, and the Bonlac Dairy
Company. This group offered sam-
ples of their products. Other guests
included the dance team, weightlift-
ers, gymnastic routines, computer
and CPR demonstrations.
PRIDE distributed questionnaires
and gave some students the chance
to throw a pie at their favorite teacher
in exchange for a correct question-
naire. The Ecology club awarded a t-
shirt for those who answered the
questionnaire correctly. Medical and
Dental check-ups were offered. BHS
students in Health, Physical Educa-
tion, Psychology and Science classes
were invited to attend the Health Fair.
Many students commented that this
year's fair was a very successful edu-
Take thatl A one and only chance to legally
splatter a big, creamy pie on a teacher s face
goes to — Tony Miranda!
5,6.7,8 The Precision Dance Team steps it
up and demonstrates a fun, upbeat way to
keep in shape.
Popcom, anyone? Ms. Walls class booth of-
fered airpopped popcom as a healthier alterna-
tive to junk food snacks.
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Hey, Couch Potatoesl The Health Fair encour-
aged everyone to get up and exercise instead
of wasting away in front of the tube.
Varsity Football Teams Heat Up The End Of The Season
Down, Set, hut! It was No-
vember 12, 1993. The last
two football games of the
season. The Curundu Cou-
gars went head to head with the PCC
Green Devils in the first game, while
the Balboa Red Machine faced their
Balboa counterparts, the Bulldogs, in
the later game. Both games were
long anticipated and in the end vic-
tory was sweet for two teams, and los-
ing was agony for the other two. In
the Cougars-Devils battle, many peo-
ple were expecting a close match:
"It'll be a close game, because the
Cougars have been practicing hard,
but so have we," Wilburt Reese, Dev-
ils TB commented before the game.
The final outcome was a 27-14 romp
by the Devils. It was the Red-Bull-
dogs game that made the night a
memorable one. A deadlock made
the game go into triple action over-
time where Red prevailed by only
This year, BMS students went all out on deco-
rating for the Homecoming floats. However
there could only be one winner and first place
went to the Juniors. Clockwise, from top, Soph-
omore float, Junior Float, and the Senior Float.
Reaching for the sky. Bulldog cheerleader
Michelle Tirado piles up the "Frequent Flyer"
miles as she soars in the "basket toss".
Don't let him get away! Cougar running back
Joe Shaha battles for tough yardage against
swarming Qreen Devil defenders.
The catchl Red Machine wide-out Efrain
Sanchez goes high over the Bulldog double-
coverage to tie the Homecoming Game.
. . . Continued
The Homecoming Court and
coronation of the King and
Queen are one of the high-
lights of the event. This year
Billy Wing and Nayda Nieves were
crowned Homecoming King and
Queen. The coronation took place
during the Homecoming Dance at the
Albrook Officer's Club, the night after
the Homecoming Football Game.
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Senior Prince and Princess Robert
Reyes and Miggy Castro.
Junior Prince and Princess Sam
NcGuiness and Katie Wilder.
Homecoming Senior King and
Queen, Billy Wing and Nayda Nieves.
Senior Prince and Princess Drake
Sprague and Rebecca Heard.
Junior Prince and Princess Matt
Sweeney and Rachel Gomez.
Sophomore Princesses Julie Mat-
thews and Tracy Singleton. Their es-
corts were Herman Wilkinson and
A group of Seniors await the an-
nouncement for King and Queen of
Senior Tony Cooksey flashes his
pearly whites for the camera while he
enjoys the dance.
"DON'T BE LATE!"
BHS Parents Go Back To School
Who would ever think of their
parents going "back to
school?" Yet that is exactly
what parents did on September 8,
1993. Teachers prepared to inform
parents about BUS in their 5-10
minute classes. Having no home-
work, parents didn't skip and paid
great attention in class, just like their
kids would-(yeah, right!). For lunch,
parents were overwhelmed with
goodies in the library such as donuts
and coffee. Some even stopped to
buy yearbooks and books on the his-
tory of the Panama Canal School sys-
But, whatever happened to the par-
ents that unfortunately found them-
selves stranded and hopelessly lost?
Thank goodness MHS members were
stationed throughout the halls mak-
ing sure confused parents could find
their way to "higher education".
"Although what we did most of the
night was stand around and talk to
one another, it was nice to go about
helping parents find their way around
our school", MHS Senior Ana Sherry
said. Afterwards some parents, teach-
ers, and students stayed around talk-
ing and predicting the new school
year. Senior Michelle Kuo summed
up the night with her comment:
"Hopefully, my last year will be the
most fun and memorable one of my
high school years."
"Smile, here comes my Moml" exclaims NHS
member and Senior Jennifer Pownall as she
works on the halls with fellow PIUS member
Jessica Fenkoske on "Back to School night".
Introducing the textbook. French teacher, Mrs
Roa, goes over her course curriculum with pai
ents during her short 10 minute period o
"Back to School Might".
Velcome back Class of '941 The huge banner,
nade by the Senior Class officers, welcomed
>acK many students as well as their parents on
"Back to School night.''
Mo cheatingi As one parent glances at an-
others paper, Mrs. SeiU debates on what else
she should inform her "students."
CORRELATION WTTH SUCCESS
Photos by M. Schullz
Getting back to Shakespeare. A. P. English par-
ents try hard not to fall asleep in their "night-
time" 1st period class.
It's midnight and
favorite television show.
You decide that it's a good
time to start your
homework. Right when you
are almost done, you
remember you have a major
test. You panic and look at
the clock. It is already
1:45 am and you're finally
beginning to get sleepy.
You start cramming for
your test and after an hour
of studying, you decide to
call it quits. You hope to
get around three hours of
sleep before having to get
to school. It feels like
only three minutes ago
that you fell asleep when
your mom rudely awakes
you. You get to school, but
don't quite remember how.
You're in class and can't
make any sense of what the
teacher is saying. You are
fighting to keep your eyes
open, but they're winning
the battle. Everything
starts to sound far away,
and before you know it the
ringing of the bell awakes
you. Test time comes
around and you are too
tired to concentrate on
anything but sleeping,
last school conies to an
end! You arrive at home,
but amazingly aren't tired
any longer. Does this
sound familiar? Kind of
like deja vous? Of course!
This is the life story of
most students at BHS.
By: Jenilee Szymanski
A few minutes of sleep can do
wonders for the mind. Work" can
sure wear one out. Shannon
Holmes stretches in a comer to
sleep the period away.
Midnight exhaustionl After staying
up all hours to work on yearbook.
Monlque Carbonell finally falls
asleep at school in the cozy Year-
ror some people, a locker
isn't just a place to dump
your books. It is a reflection
of your personality. As the
year progresses, the collection of par-
aphernalia grows. There are more
pictures to put up, more books to
store, and tons of paper to put away.
A locker may not be grand in size,
but, miraculously, it holds it all. Not
only does it hold, it seems to swallow
your stuff. Why is it that the day you
need a book or homework, you can't
find it? You know you put it in your
locker. It should be in there — some-
The amount of days until school is
out dwindles down, then the day ar-
rives — locker clean-out day. All the
belongings must go. As you take
down each picture, you recall the mo-
ments spent in the past year. Little by
little, the locker is stripped of its life.
Suddenly, all your lost belongings
turn up. All the homework you ever
needed, but never got a hold of, ma-
terialize in the form of a stack below
everything you didn't need.
Finally, it remains empty. It marks
the closing of another school year
survived — and the arrival of vaca-
Mixed Emotions. Nayda Nieves displays every-
thing in her locker from a hot guy to an aware-
ness ad of child labor.
RAIDI If you look closely at the top left of this
picture, you will notice a roach that Adam
Boyko courageously captured and displayed
as a trophy for his locker.
Top 10 Things Found
In A Locker
1. A collection of
2. Last week's half-
3. Part of your ex's
4. Most of your
5. Pictures of
everyone and their
6. Books...and more
7. Mirrors of all
shapes and sizes.
8. A shelf thing-a-
9. Cool scribbles made
during boring lectures.
"Cool-Man" Jennie Ullrich wins the style
award for "Most Original Locker Design".
(Photo by J. Szymanski)
WE'VE TAKEN IN THE SUN
And Overcome The Obstacles In The Tropics
The future of rock n' roll. Jammin' at one of
the BHS trips, Michael Chase is in deep con-
centration as he practices guitar.
Weird science. Sometimes you can make the
world go round and round as Ben Smith dem-
onstrates by turning the globe.
You see, you have to pick your teeth like this
. . . Michael Fisher and David Choi exchange a
few words before heading to their next class.
Whose hose are those? Must we guess? It's
none other than Missy Davis not wanting to be
noticed just wanting to be ignored ..?
Big bow-bowsl Seniors Juan Acevedo and
Bernie Santana clown around sporting "big
bows'' that were used for decorating the halls
A Glimpse At How Students Get Over The Heat
Catching airl William Hinkle per-
forms a move on his skateboard at
Qoethals fountain where he and
the rest of the group hang out.
ALL GOOFED UP!
The Tropical Climate Gets To The Students
The horrific twosome 1 Expressing
their "other" faces. Miggy Castro
and Christine Lively show their
Uhhhhhh . don't tell me-the ve-
nus fly trap? The stress finally gets
to Tyler Quinn as he tries to es-
cape the SEMIORIT1S syndrome by
exercising his facial muscles.
Cursedl The senior year has fi-
nally taken its toll on Amanda
Spurlock. With all the schoolwork
and activities that go on, one can't
help but make a face.
"There's something in my eye"
. . . "there's something in my
mouthl" Feeling a bit irritated,
Mike Drennan and James Lantry
don't disguise their discomfort.
Our Last Days in the Sun
The last year. The Class of '94, the seniors, the
upperclassmen-all on the last journey. After
working and toiling for years, relief runs through
the veins of the seniors. There is a preconceived
notion that 'the last year" is a breeze and will fly by. But
this, as many know, is not always true. During the course
of the 12th grade, many students seem to be struck with a
sudden disease-SEMIORITIS. The symptoms include: lack
of interest in classes, absolutely no desire to do any
homework, not caring about grades, and basically saying,
"Forget it!" to anything related with school. Then, there
are those who tend to go the other way and stress about
everything, and bum out. The ones in between these ex-
tremes find this year is no different to any other, take ev-
erything in stride, and move on. Either way, there's one
general goal in common-getting that diploma and getting
The friends made and things experienced will provide
memories to take along with them as they move on to cre-
ate new lives. The Class of '94 will not soon forget their
last days in the sun as they leave the warm climate of the
OUR LAST DAYS
IN THE SUN
CLASS OF 1994
Roberto A. Abrego
Juan P. Acevedo
Anthony L. Aird
Maria E. Aleman
Damaris J. Batista
Jennifer L. Baumgardner
Jessica M. Baumgardner
Adam P. Beach
Toybe I. Bennett
Gian Carlo Bianchini
Dawn E. Bilgray
Dannielle E. Bingham
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Carole M. Bourheau
Ross E. Brayton
Fermin I. Broce
Ivette Nilda Camacho
Randy G. Campbell
Monique A. Carbonell
Migdalia L. Castro
Itzel M. Chang
Norman D. Charleville I
Bruce A. Chastain
David Tae-Sung Choi
Chelsea M. Coffey
Lourdes M. Constante
Carrie A. Corona
C D Corrigan
Samantha E. Cowling
Brachett S. Crocker
Chad A. Crouch
Alvaro R. Cruz
Laura J. Cuthbert
Horacio A. Decerega Christina M. Del Hoyo
Carlos E. Deleon
Susan M. Doughty
Melinda S. Erickson
Jaime L. Evans
Arnold Q. Ferguson
Paul Fischbach Jr.
Michael C. Fisher
Ronald J. Garrido
Roberto E. George
Diva M. Gittens
Shawn C. Golembieski
Luis Jose Gonzalez
April L. Goodno
David D. Goodno
Dinorath P. Grajales
Emil S. Griffin
Carla V. Guerra
Alvaro E. Gutierrez
Amy S. Hamilton
Chuck K. Hamilton
Rebecca L. Heard
John J. Henriquez
Victor O. Hernandez Jr.
Vanessa E. Hernandez
Maria V. Hert
Garth E. Higgins
WilliamS. Hinkle Jr.
Brandy M. Holder
Shannon W. Holmes
Trevor B. Huddleston
Shondre M. James
Juanita Ann Jordan
Megan J. Kelly
Sharol K. Kelly
Teralee R. Kemp
Adrienne J. Kinghom
Jeanette Y. Knisley
Arthur R. Krapfl Jr.
Michelle A. Kuo
Naomi S. Legate
James T. Lantry
Christine E. Lively
Karen J. Lee
Kimberley Y. Lee
Rahul D. Long
Joseph P. Lopez
Scott A. Lowry
Luis R. Lozano
Bryan M. Lugo
William J. Luttrell
Christine M. Maduro
Karina E. Manning
Jesse P. Marotta
Ami L. Marribitt
Carlos H. Martinelli
Angela M. Marx
Audra A. Matheney
Tiffany D. McAllister
Ryan D. McConaughey
Daphne D. McWhorter
Karen D. Meyer
Nichelle M. Miller
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Antonio L. Miranda
William T. Moore
Nishawne J. Moran
Nicole M. Nassiff
Gregory S. Nevin
Wesley A. Nicolls
Nayda J. Nieves
Peter J. Norman
Cedric J. Obert
Joseph J. Olivares
Henry O. Ollendick
Tanja M. Ortiz
Jessica R. Penkoske
(Catherine L. Pierre
Ryan D. Poggenpohl
William H. Pohl
Heidi M. Ratliff
Robert F. Reyes
Erika D. Ricketts
Christopher J. Riley
Latoya T. Rines
Carmen E. Rivera
Jeniffer L. Roach
Patricio S. D. Roca
Ivelisse K. Rodriguez
Elisa M. Rojas
Ingrid L. Romagnoli
Helmut F. Roner
Cascade D. Roubik
Brian T. Rowley
Derek D. Rowley
Ricardo A. Salterio
Efrain E. Sanchez
Bernardo Santana III
Vivian M. Santiago
Marie A. Schulz
Shawn K. Scott
Joseph W. Shaha
Tanaiya R. Shaw
Ana L. Sherry
Amy C. Shie
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Benjamin D. Smith
Kenneth J. Smith
Charlotte M. Souffront
Drake H. Sprague
Jenilee A. Szymanski
Valerye M. Spratling
Jessica A. Staha
Renee H. Stewart
Brian M. Swenty
Carlos M. Tapanes
Evelyn J. Spencer
Eddie G. Stanford
Kari M. Syrdahl
Johanna N. Tate
Heather A. Thompson
Jesse C. Thompson III
John E. Thompson Jr.
Carla G. Torrazza
Henry B. Twohy III
Vanessa L. Uhorchak
Jennifer L. Ullrich
Shem D. Unger
Mildred A. Vasquez
Michelle C. Versailles
Lance C. Von Hollen
Julie A. Webeck
Edgar H. Weeks
Oscar Q. Zapata
Joseph R. Zornes
Luis A. Juliao
Tyler Ross Quinn
Stephen J. Daily
The Backbone Of Student Life At BHS
Organizing activities is the
job of the Student Associa-
tion. The BHS S.A. is re-
sponsible for most of the
fall activities which revolve around
the Varsity Football schedule. From
planning the Jamboree and Home-
coming Pep Rallies for the student
body during the school day, to run-
ning the Homecoming court elec-
tion, parade and dance, the S.A. is
busy right at the beginning of the
school year. Another vital function
of the S.A. is to run the school store
during lunch. The "S.A. store" pro-
vides an income to individual
groups at BHS who need to raise
funds for their activities. At the helm
of all this planning is the S.A. Spon-
sor, Mr. Darren Dean. He holds
weekly early morning meetings with
the S.A. officers to keep things run-
S.A. Officers: L to R: Angie Marx, Heather Th-
ompson, Chelsea Coffey, and Rebecca Heard.
S.A. Sponsor is Mr. Darren Dean.
Abrego, Roberto "Tito"
Football, Track, Baseball, Soccer,
JROTC, Bushmasters, Drillteam
"Best message is "Just do it.""
Aleman, Maria "Maru"
SADD, Spanish Club, French Club
"To be happy, drop the words 'if
only' and substitute instead the
words 'next time'."
Tennis, BHS, JROTC "Take it one
day at a time."
"The body makes the sand, but the
soul prints the path."
Football, Cayuco, Ultimate, Partying
"Canal Zone Rules Forever"
Arnold, Karl S. "Pepon"
Cougars Football, Soccer, Bulldogs
Baseball "Pepona, I'll never
Arocho, Tanya "Pretty Girl"
Swimming, Walking, Peer Helper,
Helping at Howard Teen Center
"To all those who knew me and know
me, well I'll miss you and don't
forget me. Good-bye Class of 1 994.
Susan, Thank you for everything.
It's just the beginning."
Bacot, Gabriel "Gabe"
Football, Tennis " I plan to take
over Rock Cafe and conquer the
world. L.B.C. 4-ever C.C., H.T.,
T.D., J.Z., T.Q., G.B., B.S. Que sopa!!
Ra loco, Raa!"
Ballesteros, Ritto "Chango"
"Be all you can't be."
Batista, Damans "Flaca"
Basketball, Volleyball, Go to Parties,
Movies "Don't use drugs."
Soccer, Tennis, Honor Chorus,
Dance Team Co-Captain, Band,
French Club, Art Club, NHS
"Good Luck to the Class of '94 and
thanks for the memories. Charlie-
Don't forget C.B.S. and J.K.! Thanks
for being there. Love ya'!"
Beach, Adam "Snow"
Bulldogs Football, All-Isthmian
Green Devils Soccer - Captain.
"Licky Boom Boom Down"
Bennet, Toybe "Old Dog"
JROTC "I get around."
Cheerleading, Football Manager,
Volleyball, Basketball "I just want
to thank my family and friends for
ail the support and memories. I
wish everybody luck."
Bingham, Dannielle "Danny"
Soccer, Swimming, Softball, Drama,
"Your life is a book and only you can
be the author."
Boozer, Stacey R.
NHS, BHS, Ecology Club, Drama
Club, Secretary of Thespian Honor
Society, Youth for Christ, Yearbook,
"I thank the Lord for blessing me
with a supportive family, wonderful
friends, and for carrying me this
far." Romans 8:38-39.
Softball "I am happy because 1 1
a Senior and this is my last year.
Skiing, basketball, swimming,
tennis, partying "K.M.A.F. Class of
Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer,
Spanish Club, Christian Groups
"Good luck to all seniors after
graduation of '94."
Basketball "Big up your Chess!!!
and don't stay here more than 3
Camacho, Nilda Ivette "Choi a,
Volleyball, Cougars Cheerleader,
water sports, Senior Teen Center,
"To all the young people out there,
enjoy life before doing anything!"
Softball, SADD, Spanish Club, BHS,
Junior Vice-President, Photography
Club, Yearbook, Model U.N., DARE
Castro, Migdalia L. "Miggy"
Red Machine Soccer Manager, Senior
Class Treasurer, Spanish Club
President, Spanish Honor Society,
Business Club. "The moments of the
present are our memories forever.
Don't forget them ever!"
SADD-President, Business Club,
Spanish Club, Spanish Comparsa
"Always enjoy everything you do."
Charleville, Norman III
Baseball "Dream to the stars, live
to reach your dreams, reach."
All-Isthmian Soccer-captain, All-
Isthmian Track-captain, Green
Devils Football Team.
Choi, David Tae-Sung
Volleyball, NHS , BHS, Ecology Club,
Computer Club, Spanish Club,
Photography Ciub "Thanks for all
your support: Mom, Dad, Ann,
Lillian! Always follow your dreams
and goals. Thanks to everyone for a
Swimming, NHS, SA, Thespians,
Drama Club, Cayuco Captain, BHS,
Ecology Club, Peer Helper,
Newspaper Staff, Photo Club
"Cherish the memories, but live for
the future. Love to my family and
friends. Thanks for everything."
Collins, Choi "Short Thang"
Basketball, Volleyball, Track,
PRIDE, French Club, NHS, Parakeet,
Photography Club, Vice-President of
Sophomore Class, Drama Club,
Thespian, Band "Thanks to my
family and best friends, Felicia and
Khristine for all the inspiration in
my life. To all the dreamers, believe
in yourself and the possibilities are
Constante, Lourdes "Lula"
Spanish Club, SADD "I would like
to thank my mom and dad for all the
support they gave me and a special
thanks to all my friends for always
being there when I needed them."
Cooksey, Anthony "Tony (Gamboa
Soccer, Football, Basketball, Tennis,
Spanish Club, Letterman's Club
"You only live once."
Cooper, Melanie "Mel"
Singing, Modeling, Dancing
Swimming, Volleyball, Spanish
Club, SADD "Everyone in this life
is a very special person."
Football, Baseball, Volleyball,
Tennis, Cayuco Race, NHS, BHS,
Lettermen's Club. "LBC Forever!"
Cowling, Samantha E. "Sam"
"Life's too short. Live it up now."
Homecoming Committee " 1 3 years
Football, Cayuco "Party Hard!!!"
Cruz, Alvaro "Aguacate"
Computer Club, Soccer
Varsity Soccer, Varsity Volleyball,
SHS, Spanish Club, Lettermen's
Club, Biological Honor Society
"Love to Mom and Betty, the special
people that supported me. Thanks to
Holly and Lauren for keeping me
smiling. Couldn't have made it
Football, French Club, Business Club
"To Mrs. Seitz: Thanks."
Decerega, Horacio A. "Tony"
Football, Cayuco, L.B.C., VH,
"Become what you are."
Delgado, Wilfredo "Willie"
Basketball, Baseball, Tennis,
Swimming, Chorus "I will
Del Hoyo, Cristina "Cristy"
JROTC Rifle Team, Dance Team
manager, Spanish Club, Ecology
Club, A Company 1 st Platoon leader
"Thank you mom for everything you
have done. I finally made it, I'm
Soccer, Football, Baseball,
Swimming, Track & Field, Art Club,
Skateboarding. "We are stereotyped
as hell-raisers because we skate.
Thank you all who accepted us for
what we were the few, the Group."
Erickson, Melinda "Mel"
Soccer, Green Devils Cheerleading,
"The more enthusiastic we are, the
more productive we become." GAD.
Feliu, Alexander "Robocop"
Basketball "Cougar Basketball is
Ferguson, Arnold "Fergi"
Soccer, Ecology Club, SADD, French
Club, Spanish Club "You will last
long if you did what I did in High
Fernandus, Byron "Jr"
Track "Thanks to Mrs. George for
everything she has done for me and
to all the others who helped me too."
Fernandez, Walter "Wally"
Tennis, Volleyball, Cayuco, Ultimate
"C.Z. Ruiz! Party Hard."
Baseball, Basketball, Tennis
"Peace. I'm out!"
Concert Band, Honor Band, BHS
"Remember the times we shared
will always come back to the
roots of friendship."
Frias, Luis A. "Megatron"
"Stay in school and stay away from
Fulsom, Howard "Chuck"
Baseball, Skateboarding. "The group
is all that. Brian is slamming,
Chowder is dope, James is kicking.
Will is crazy, Mickey is jamming,
and I'm a tough guy."
George, Roberto "Robert"
Football, Baseball, Basketball
Gittens, Diva "D"
Volleyball. "I thank God for helping
Surfing, Tennis, Baseball.
"I'm going to Hawaii, SEE YA ! "
Gonzalez, Luis Jose "Polo"
Varsity Football, Varsity Swimming,
Martial Arts, Photography.
"Don't follow the path that has been
used- go your own way and do your
own thing - Peace."
Goodno, David Duaine "Dave"
Lacrosse, Indoor Track, Mountain
"You only live life once, but if you
do it right, once is enough."
Grajales, Dinorath "Dino"
Green Devils Tennis, Green Devils
Soccer, Red Machine Basketball,
Dance Team. French Club-
President, Football Manager,
Spanish Club, Letterman's Club,
\'?.l L'CCk, SADD, NHS, BHS, S.A.
Griffin, Emil "NIA"
"Live free and have fun the rest of
French Club, Biological Honor
Society, NHS, Art Club, Photography
Club, Yearbook Staff, Dance Team.
Cougars Soccer Captain, All-
Isthmian soccer, Red Machine
Basketball, French Club, Ecology
Club, Letterman's Club. "Live life
like there's no tomorrow." Later.
Gutierrez, Alvaro "EL Toro"
Baseball, Football, "Two thumbs up
to the "Chain Gang.""
Gutierrez, Joe A.
Football, Soccer, Track (Isthmian).
"Que Sopa ?"
Harris, Michael "B.D. B.K &
Soccer, Basketball, SADD, KDL.
"Don't drink and drive cause you
might spill your drink."
BHS, NHS, SA sec, Drama Club,
Thespians- Pres., Ecology Club, YFC,
Peer Helpers. "Oklahoma", "Mouse
that Roared", "Makin'lt".
"Every experience God gives us,
every person he puts into our lives
is the perfect preparation for that
future that only He can see. "
Tennis, Baseball. Computer Club,
Business Club, French Club, Ecology
Club, Biology Club. "The harder
you work, the luckier you get."-
"Vany", "Nessa", "Tutta"
Red Volleyball, BHS, THS, SHS, S.A.
S.A.O., Drama Club, Ecology Club,
Select Chorus, Christ Alive, PTAC.
"God: thank you for always being
there! Mom, Dad, Ata: I did it ! Dave,
Mayra: Did you say RUN? Lunch
Bunch: I couldn't have done it w/out
Christ Alive: YBABOH!
Class of '94: Take Care and God
Softball, Soccer, Basketball,
Volleyball. Art Club, BHS, SADD,
French Club, PRIDE, Photography
Club, NHS, JROTC Usher Guard,
"I would like to say thanks to my
family and friends for all the love
and support they have given me
throughout my high school years."
Holmes, Shannon "longzlle"
Basketball, Girls Basketball Coach.
"Remember the name remember the
face. See you all in the future and
hope it is a bright one. Shot out to
Mr Willy and Mom Love Ya both!!!"
Husband, Jessie E. Jr. "Jay"
"God made me black and by him I
will be strong and of course
Swimming, BHS, NHS, SHS,
Thespians, Ecology Club. "In life, it
doesn't matter where you end up, but
how you choose to get there."
Kelly, Sharol K. "FLACA"
SADD, Spanish Club. "I wish the
class of '94 good luck in the future
and a special thanks to all my good
friends that have made my senior
year the best of all.
Kemp, Teralee "Tera"
Bulldogs Soccer, Red Cheerleader,
Swimming, Cayuco- High Anxiety,
Bulldog's Guys Soccer Manager,
SADD secretary, BHS, NHS, SHS,
Spanish Club. "The fault, dear
Brutus, is not in our stars, but in
ourselves, that we are underlings."
- Julius Caesar
Kinghorn, Adrienne "Addy"
Soccer. Thespians. BHS, NHS,
Ecology Club. " I am the Walrus, we
are the eggmen, cu, cu, cachu... See
you in the White House Dudes."
Knisley, Jeanette "Special J";
"JayVPepona" Yearbook, Spanish
Club, Prom Queen '91 . "Thanks to
all my true friends for the best
years of my life. A.H. 2 more years
to go, Good Luck ! I'll never forget
you K.S.A., take care, love you ! May
God be with you Dee. God Bless all!
Smile, it's finally over. Peace! See
Tennis 1 1 and 1 2, Tutoring, Peer
Krapfl, Arthur R. Jr. "Artie"
Red Machine Football, Bulldog
Lee, Karen J.
Socccer, Swimming. JROTC
Bushmaster Co., Drill Team. I
love you Mom, Dad, Casey, and
Christina. And thank you to all my
Lee, Kimberly Y. "Kim"
Soccer, Tennis, Cheerleading,
Cayuco Race. Ecology Club, Spanish
Club, Letterman's Club, Senior Teen
Center Vice President. "Thanks for
the wonderful years in this school.
Guess what Miggy ? We've finally
Lively, Christine E.
Tennis, Red Machine Basketball
manager, Spanish Club, Ecology
Club. "Thanks to M.C., K.P, and
everyone else for making this a
Llach, Tatiana "Taty"
Volleyball, Tennis, Cougars Guys
Tennis Manager, Letterman's Club,
Spanish Club VP, SHS President,
French Club, Carnavalito Princess.
"No matter what, have lots of Fun
Lopez, Joseph "Piggy"
Cougars Football, White Track,
White Volleyball, Letterman's Club,
Cayuco Race, CWE, R. "Speak softly
and carry a big stick."
Bulldog Baseball. "Watch your step,
because I'll be one of the good guys on
COPS in a few years."
Lugo, Bryan "Brandon"
Varsity Football Bulldogs, Cayuco,
Luttrell, William J.
""Veni, Vidi, Vici" Came, Saw,
Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball.
Spanish Club, Business Club, Drama
Club. "Now it's my turn".
Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball.
Newspaper Staff, Photography Club,
Yearbook, SADD, Spanish Club. "I
want to thank my Mom and Dad for
supporting my and for putting up
with me. You only live once so enjoy
and do the best you can. Class of '94.
Thanks Amand and all my friends for
Marribitt, Ami "Mema"
Track. "Thanks to L.C., M.C., T.R.
and K.M. Rico, what goes around
comes around, Remember that. I love
you Mom and Dad."
Martinelli, Carlos H.
Football, Soccer. "School is cool . . .
too many classes get in the way."
Marx, Angela "Angie"
Drama Club plays: OKLAHOMA, The
Mouse that Roared. SA Treasurer,
Ecology Club, French Club. "Thanks
for all the memories BHS. Good Luck
! To all my friends EG, JP, DY, CC,
RH, JN thanx for all the fun ! I luv U
Matheney, Audra "Anyse"
Utmost Cayuco Queen, Devils Tennis,
Bulldogs Football Manager, Rams
Cheerleading Coach, Red Cheerleader.
Bulldogs Jamboree Princess, Junior
Prom Court. "I want to thank my
Mom, Dad, Tammie, and Alan for all
their love and support, especially
this year. I love you guys. Thanks to
all my friends for all the good times
Thanks Peter for always being
there. Good luck to the Class of 1 994
and God Bless you all!"
McAllister, Tiffany "Tiff"
PRIDE, SADD. "Sophomores !
Whassup? Y'all only have 2 years
left! Quin, Lanette, Candie, Cori,
Thanx Guys! You're like.the totally
McFarlane, Clemente "Chowder"
Skateboarding. "The group is full of
Tennis, Golf, Pool, Raquetball, video
games. "Best class ever, Class of
Cross Country, French Club.
Spanish Club. "Live life to the
fullest. Enjoy everything while you
can before it all slips away. To all
my friends I wish you luck and
Murata, Takashi "TAK"
Baseball, Computer Club.
Nassiff, Nicole M.
Tennis, NHS, BHS, SHS secretary,
Senior Class Vice-Pres, Spanish
Club, French Club, Business Club.
"MK, JS, DG, TL, and especially VU
and WP - Thanks for all the
memories! CBJRWP&T forever !
Don't fold and stay off the bumpers!
Nevin, Gregory "Greg"
Basketball, Football, Scuba Diving.
Nicholls, Wesley "Wes"
Nieves, Nayda J.
Cheerieading, Soccer, Senior Class
Secretary, PRIDE, Homecoming
Court & Queen, Cougars Jamboree
Queen. "Thanks to my parents and
all my friends for all their support
and making my high school years
memorable. C.Z. and luck to C/O
Olivares, Joseph J." Joe"
Football, Bulldogs Girls Soccer
Manager, Baseball, Track,
Volleyball. SAO, French Club
Treasurer, Letterman's Club.
"Thanks to all my friends in BHS for
an awesome time especially Kool Aid,
BC, HC, CR, LO, DB, IR, SW, and HW.
Thanks to all my true friends for
making these high school years the
best. And to Efrain most of all, I'll
always love you pal, thanks for
Oura, Midori " Mimi"
Swimming. "Thank you for a nice
Penkoske, Jessica "Jess"
Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, BHS
Treasurer, NHS, SHS, Drama Club,
Ecology Club, SAO. "Thanks to all
my friends and family for believing
in me and encouraging me to achieve
my goals. May all our dreams some
Phelps, Shanna Maria "Shani"
Yearbook, Photography club, Spanish
Club, SADD. "I love you Mom and
Paco !! Thanks God ! And Rosie !!
Pierce, Brian "24-7"
Soccer, Basketball, Swimming,
Baseball, Volleyball, Skateboarding.
"I plan to go to college and keep the
group together, and I'm going to look
for my dog Rufus and my daughter
Pierre, Katherine L. "Kathy"
Track, Red Machine Basketball
Manager, Dance Team, JROTC
Batallion S-4, Spanish Club, SADD.
"Thanks to me family and my true
friends (you know who you are) for
making these three years of high
school fun for me. Good Luck Class of
Poggenpohl, Ryan "Pogy"
All-Isthmian Volleyball, Basketball,
Soccer, Yearbook. "In the future,
look for me on ESPN."
Poveda, Carlos A. Jr. "Pubes"
Soccer, BHS, Ecology Club, Spanish
Club, Drama Club, BSA, Explorers.
"Only time will tell what the future
Varsity Soccer (Red Machine),
Varsity Soccer All-Star team., NHS
treasurer, BHS secretary,
Letterman's Club, Ecology Club.
"Thanks to my parents and family
for the support, understand-ing, and
love that they have given me
throughout my life."
Price, Jerome 0.
Football, Basketball, Soccer.
"Don't dwell in the past, but try to
improve your future."
Gymnastics, Dancing. Thespian,
Devils Soccer Manager.
"Mango, Ledge til 5, Rem the Dares
and all those guys, CS Nic, GAD,
Girlie, my 2 buds, forever at the
beach, 2 U's ! NTM? One for the
girls, Rem- if it's not alternative-
it's not real. . . BOOM!"
Quinn, Tyler Ross
Football, Cayuco, Soccer, Volleyball.
NHS, BHS, Letterman's Club.
"Misconception Ruiz ! LB.C. Forever
! I LOVE YOU JILL !!"
Reyes, Robert "Red"
All-Isthmian Cougars Football
Captain, Green Devils Basketball
"I'm all that!"
Robinson, Joniseff "Joni"
JROTC, Bushmasters, Drill Team,
Rifle Team, Parakeet, Business Club,
Spanish Club. "Enjoy life cause it's
too short! I thank God for having my
sister Dalila who has helped me all
the way - love ya sis!"
Swimming, Cayuco Race, Senior
Class President, Sophomore Class
Treasurer, Computer Club
Treasurer, BHS, Spanish Club
Rojas, Elisa M. "Lisa"
All-Isthmian Basketball Captain,
All-Isthmian Soccer Captain, All-
Isthmian Tennis Captain, BHS, NHS,
NJHS, SHS, THS, Lettermen's Club
President, BHS Band President,
Honor Thespian, Thespian
Treasurer, Drama Club, Business
Club, PRIDE, Spanish Club, Red
Volleyball Manager "Ahaaa! Oh
Salterio, Ricardo, "Ricky"
Tennis, Baseball, Golf. "Don't
forget to study but party."
Tennis, Fishing "K.M.A.D."
Schulz, Marie A.
Softball, NHS, BHS, Yearbook
Photography, Photo Club, Parakeet,
Model U.N., SADD Treas., Junior
Class Sec, Spanish Club, Zephyrus
Editor "Thanks to my family for all
their support, and thanks to my best
friends, M.C. and J.Y. for helping me
stay sane. Cherish the memories,
and remember: There is a time for
everything, and now is our time to
Slaughter, Jason T.
Basketball, Band, Raquetball.
"Live life to its fullest, because
you're only young once. Live now &
Volleyball, bowling, Spanish club.
"Stay in school, no drinking and no
Thespians, Model U.N.
Souffront, Charlotte "Charlie"
Dance Team Captain, Tennis, Band,
French Club, BHS "Best of luck to
the Class of 94. Thanks for all the
memories. Jenny- never say good-
bye! Thanks for always being there!
Dino- I love ya'! Anyways.... Peace
out dudes! It's been real!"
Soccer, Swimming, Dance, SHS VP,
BHS, Spanish Club Sec, Parakeet
"Life is short. Gozala! Thanks to all
las latinas, you know who you are.
Las quiero mucho. Pa lante."
Rolon, Fidel "Castro"
Basketball, Track & Field, JROTC,
Talent Show. "Have a great
Football, Volleyball, Cayuco Race.
"Thanks to all my friends for a great
Stewart, Renee "Goober"
NHS, SADD, FHS, French Club
"You only live life once, so make the
most of it." Proverbs 3:5-6
Track, Football, Cayuco Race, BHS,
NHS, Art Club
Spratling, Valerye M. "Val"
Soccer, Basketball, NHS, BHS, SHS,
M.U.N., SADD, Ecology Club, SAO,
Close-Up, S.A., Spanish Club.
"To all my friends, especially
Johanna and Marcia, Good luck in the
future and I'll call you when I need
hired help! Class of '94 rocks!"
Swenty, Brian "Swent"
Football Captain, BHS, SHS,
Volleyball, Tennis, MGD, L.B.C.
"I Swent therefore I am."
Syrdahl, Kari M.
"Magic, Mango, R, GAD, CT, Stress
and everything else. It was CRAZY...
Good luck to my friends- Remember
me and look at the stars. Whoga(s)-
- L,K,&M HIT MY HAND MC
Dressed to Drive. BNM Boom. "
Szymanski, Jenilee A. "Jeni"
Tennis, Green Devils Football
Manager. BHS, Ecology Club, SADD,
Business Club, Yearbook, Green
Devils Jamboree Queen. "Thanks to
my family and true friends,
JROTC "Good luck to the crew of
the JROTC battalion, 1 994 and to the
pasieros of Color Guard (best of the
Spanish Club 'To my two best
friends, Valerye and Marcia, never
forget all the fun times we had, love
ya. To my parents and brothers,
thanx for everything. Luv ya."
Tejada, Adrian M. "AMT"
Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball,
JROTC, Senior Teen Council, Drill
Team, CWE, PRIDE. "Peace to all the
Chicanos, my family and friends."
Cheerleader, Varsity Tennis, Varsity
Swimming, Volleyball, FBLA,
Spanish Club, Photo Club, Peer
Helper, BHS, SA Pres., SNAFU
Cayuco Queen, US Swimmer,
Equestrian "To my friends, Thank
you. You've made my years here
Thompson, John E. "Johnny"
Red Machine Football. "I would like
to thank my family and most of all
my girlfriend, Jenilee."
Torrazza, Carla G.
Volleyball, Tennis "Do your own
Co-Captain Volleyball, J.V Tennis,
Basketball, Track, Computer Club,
V.P French Club "Mrs. Campbell,
Mrs. Roa and Ms. Baca, thanks for all
Volleyball . "BYE. To Valerye and
Johanna, I couldn't of made it
without you. !"
Twohy, Henry B. "H.B." "Big
Football, Soccer, Cayuco Race.
"L.B.C-- B.B.C. Forever.!"
Uhorchak, Vanessa "Vane"
Tennis, Aerobics. SHS, BHS, Spanish
Club -Tres., French CLub, SA Rep.,
Letterman's Club, Jr. Class
President. "Thanks to JS, TL, MK,
DG, HR, and my sis Nic for all of the
great times. We made it! I'll miss
you! Mami, Dad, and Tanya, I
couldn't of made it withour you! I
love you! Ricky TE AMO !
Ullrich, Jennie "Grunge"
Tennis, Volleyball, Swimming, BHS,
NHS, Drama Club, Ecology Club"l
thank all my friends for being there
for me, especially Megan. Love ya
all and God Bless! GAD!"
Unger, Shem D. "Soho"
Moutain Biking, Scuba Diving,
Drama, BHS, NHS, SHS, Ecology
Club, Thespian, Spanish Club "I
hope to become a Marine Biologist or
study medicine and enjoy life."
Usera, Anthony C. "Con an"
Football, Soccer, Track,
Powerlifting, BHS, SHS, Spanish
Club, Peer Helper, JROTC "Kill
them all. Let God sort them out."
Von Hollen, Lance Clinton "Sir
Football, Basketball, Baseball. "To
all my good buddies out there! "
Red Machine Football, White
Baseball, Green Track, Cougars
Volleyball "Thanks Balboa High
Webeck, Julie "Sera"
Track, Cross Country, Softball, Ice
Hockey, Baseball, Soccer.
"Let's hear it for the youngest and
most conceited graduate."
Baseball, Soccer, Football, Tennis
Weeks, Jackeline, "Jackie"
NHS, SHS, BHS, Thespian, Spanish
Club, Peer Helper, Parakeet Editor
"Thanks to all my friends (you know
who you are) for being there for me
through all these years."
Wing, William P. Jr. "Billy"
Football, 1st Place Cayuco Race, RM
All-Isthmian Soccer MVP and Co-
captain, French Club, Spanish Club,
Prom Prince 1991, Homecoming
Prince 1991, 1992 and King 1993 .
"I would like to thank all BHS's
support in my last two years."
Wolf, Jaime, "Chilie"
French Club "C3M"
Cheerleading, Track & Field, Busi-
ness Club, French Club, Spanish
Club, BHS "To all my friends that
made it special to me all these years:
LS, VU, NN, RO, ME, RS, EL, NP, CG,
& last but not least, J.P.V. Party
Hard! Love you guys always! Rumba
Tennis, Track & Field, Drama Club,
Thespian VP, NHS, BHS, Ecology
Club, Yearbook, Youth For Christ.
"To quote a great song, "People who
need people are the luckiest people
in the world . I'd like to thank all the
special people in my life and all my
great friends who have made Balboa a
memorable experience. God bless
you all! 1 Timothy 4:12"
Yu, Chung-Dar, "Louis"
Tennis, Golf, Soccer, Basketball,
French Club, Modelling Club
Zornes, Joseph, "Joey"
Football, Cayuco, Volleyball,
Lettermens Club, SAO Rep.
Kuo, Michelle- Yearbook
Red Machine Tennis, Green Devils
Football Manager, Select Chorus,
French Honor Society, Student
Association 9-10, BHS, French
Club, Christ Alive, Yearbook Staff.
"Thanks to all my family and
friends, JS, NN, VU, JS, WP, SU,
DG, TL, MA, who have supported me
throughout my life. I love you all.
Remember my motto: S.SX., but Hey
I'm outta here!"
Staha, Jessica- Yearbook
Co-Editor "Jess" "Jessie"
Green Devils Football Manager,
Green Devils Tennis, National Honor
Society President, BHS, Christ
Alive, Ecology Club, SADD, Spanish
Club, French Club, Select Chorus,
Yearbook Staff. "My family &
friends have always been there for
me and it's going to be hard to leave
without them. Thanks "y'all" for
all the wonderful moments that will
forever remain in my heart. When
all else fails, HIT THE BEACH!"
Junior class officers: Sarah Beat-
tie. (Pres.), Danny norman.
(Treas.). JIM Mauser, (Sec), and
Audrey Earnest. (Vice Pres.).
Striving for the gold medal.
Sprinting and soaring over the
hurdles. Junior Jesse Crlstopher-
son releases all his energy to fin-
ish the race.
Plower powerl Wendy Winkler ex-
presses herself during English
Still Bearing the Heat
Hmmm . the 11th grader the one who can
not yet use the excuse of SEMIORIT1S and get
away with it. The one who still has to put up
with stress and look forward to more. They are
bordering upperclassmanship, yet. they are still under-
classmen. Juniors cant act naive and get away with it any-
more like sophomores can, they've already been here a
year' yet, unlike a senior they cannot step on the plaque
and roam the school with a ruling air about them. De-
pressing? Mot quite. Juniors are almost there. Right now
is when memories are being gathered and serious
thoughts about college are being focused, for many Jun-
iors, this is one of the best years of high schoo . Who
knows where they'll be headed in the future Only they
can decide and it is something they'll have to contem-
plate sooner or later. But hey, they've still got one more
Ivan G. Acosta
Michael T. Banks
f \. Sarah E. Beattie
Frederick A. Adams
Tanya M. Bacot
Natasha N. Banks
Cameron G. Benson
Nadia A. Aird
Brandon M. Barrett
Solimar T. Antadillas
Cesar A. Banda
Mylissa L. Bateman
Jessie R. Berger
Joseph P. Bibbo
Noel P. Blades
Samaris K. Blades
Walter A. Bottin
Walter C. Bottin
Thomas P. Briceland
Robert L. Brown
Ricardo A. Campagnani
Jan M. Blancherte
Victor E. Brown, Jr.
Magdaline C. Cantu
Adam R. Boy ko
Holly K. Brunner
Elliott Carlson f A
Walter S. Can
Lesley D. Cooper
Jason R. Carrola
Michelle L. Collins
Virginia E. Corbett
David M. Church
Guarionex R. Colon
James D. Crespo
Giana M. Daniel
Henry B. Davis
Paul De Janon
Olin J. Crouch
Melissa A. Davis
Javelle N. Crowder
Sarah E. Davis
Jerry Ellingsen f \
Raylene J. Ellingsen
Joy L. Engelke
Yxel A. Espina
James R. Fairchild
David E. Foster
f \ Amy Marie Fry
Jorge E. Galvez
Amanda R. Erder
Eric O. Fowler
Daniel E. Garcia
Audrey E. Ernest
Nicole A. Frank
Michele R. Gaslin
Sukino D. Gillespie
Rachel E. Gomez
Christopher G. Goodno
Evaristo Hernandez Jr.
Juan F. Herrera
Francisco J. Gonzalez
Rebecca M. Gorman
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Dustin G. Heumphreus
Jose R. Gonzalez
Angie L. Greene
Jill M. Hauser
Paul F. Hignett
Angel N. Jackson
Lorena M. Jurado
f ^\ Robert P. Kinard
Kimberly J. Holihan
Hector A. Jeffrey
Bonnie M. Kemp
Yaiseth A. Hudson
William B. Huff III
Dong-Oun Jeong Fernando J. Johnson
Christopher A. Krapfl
Franz G. Kuo
Carlos Lampas Jr.
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Shannon Y. Leggett
Alex L. Livingston III
Edilia Luck Archbold
Michelle M. Lloyd
Beth A. Larabee
Aaron R. Levier
Juan R. Martinez f ^\
Raul M. Martinez
Brandyn D. Marx
Katharine R. McArty
Erika A. McComsey
Janelle E. McGuinness
( S\ Sco" G. McKee
Kelvin M. Medina
Chanda I. Mason
Renee A. McArty
Samuel A. McGuiness Jr.
April M. Mendez
Rashida N. Mayers
Stephen S. McAuliffe
Roberto McKay Jr.
Stacey A. Merkel
John M. Miller Jr.
Matt I. Mongeon
Ricardo A. Morgan Jr.
Ryan B. Min
Karin A. Montagnc
Kenneth H. Morris Jr.
Rajesh U. Nandwani Nakisha M. Nathan
Jilmar J. Morales
Kimberlyn L. Myers
Jonathan T. Neal
Paula M. Monaghan
Brent A. Myrick
Khristine D. Nolte
Daniel A. Norman
Alberto E. Orillac
Agustin J. Ortiz
Raymond M. Owens
f 7Q A NinaPaulsrud Christopher L. Payne
Haydee T. Nunez
David M. Pace
Jean P. Pedersen
Eliecer L. Olivares
Andrew H. Page
Nicholas A. Petrosky
Jane M. Posey
Juan A. Ramos
Todd R. Roberts
Jill E. Pownall
Lucas C. Robertson
Jessica D. Quintan
Jimmy L. Ragsdale
D. Rojo Tirzo
Mark D. Roscoe
Carlos E. Royo / - \
Shane P. Ryley
C.E. Shaffer Jr.
Har nan K.. Singh
Eileen J. Santa
William D. Shorter
Isbel A. Sirias
( 72 ^\ Hemda M. Sokol
Christina M. Sordini
Marioly M. Silvera
Jamal S. Skinner
Hugh F. Scruggs III
Mathew D. Simmons
Leovihilda A. Smith
Alejandro A. Sosa Jr.
Robinn R. Starks
Richelle H. Stewart
Martha S. Tola
Brian W. Vanairsdale
Andrew H. Vidinha
Mathew A. Sweeney
Brandon J. Swistak
Luis F. Vergara
Katherine L. Wilder
Alyson M. Sylvester
Carlos J. Valdes
Alexis S. Vidaurri
Michelle T. Womble
Li Chuan Wu
Meowl Angel Jackson gives her
best appearance for the Hal-
loween contest, which took
place on the front lawn during
Ivan De La Quardia
W.R. McKelphin Jr.
Hmmmml Did I do it right? Yaiseth Hudson
carefully reviews her WORDPAK for Junior En-
glish before she turns it in to Mrs. Mitchell.
(Photo by M. Bales
More pumpkins? Junior class officers and their
hard-working sponsor, Mrs. Company, help
decorate the Junior showcase for Halloween. L
to R; J. Hauser. A. Ernest, S. Beattle, K. Com-
pany. (Photo by Q. Dee)
Junior Class Makes
Heyl Look at thlsl rranclsco Gonzalez a shar-
ing kind of guy, helps a classmate In English
class, rranclsco was also a star player on the
Cougars Varsity football team. (Photo by M.
Do they need more water? Qreen Devil football
manager, Janelle McQuiness. waits for the sig-
nal from the coach to rush on field and give wa-
ter to her team. (Photo by J. Hauser)
Are we having fun yet? Jill Hauser tries to tie-
dye several dozen shorts for the Junior Class
to raise funds at the football games. L to R
Class officers; S. Beattle, D. Norman, A. Ernest
and J. Hauser. (Photo by Susan Beattie)
Sophomore class officers: Ryan
Sweeney (Fres.). Enjoli Anderson
(Treas.), Julie Matthews (Sec.
and Yenefer Herrera (Vice Pres).
That's a good point. Sophomore
Kyle riusted is hooked on his-
tory" and discusses an idea with a
Strolling along. Carlos Garcia
takes a break in between classes
and admires the view on Balboa
Making If Through the Medley
Where am 1? Where am I supposed to be? I wish
1 was somewhere else! Well, I might as well
face it. I am now a high school student. Do 1
look like a little kid? Can the seniors and jun-
iors tell I'm only a sophomore? The seniors and juniors, a
new group of people to get used to. It does have its pros
and cons. At least there are lots of potential new friends.
Then again, "Hey, watch it!"
"Clean the plaque!"
I look up to find myself face to face with a group of
seemingly older kids. I look down and, much to my dis-
may, I'm stepping on the plaque. Unfortunately, for soph-
omores and juniors, it is a tradition that if a senior spots
an underclassmen on the plaque, they can make the un-
derclassmen polish it. Yes, this is a major ploy.
Well, at least I can look forward to all the new clubs and
sports to join. It's almost like starting from scratch. That
My first class, here goes nothing. All I can hope for is a
successful year making it through the medley.
Boyl Am 1 glad I'm not in the game. Sopho-
more Qreen Devil player Danny Hanna looks
on from the sidelines as his teammates battle
the Red Machine during a varsity football
game. Photo by Ryan McConaughey.
Go Devils! Sophomore Qreen Devil Cheer-
leader Melissa Hart strikes a pose during a Red
vs. Qreen varsity football game. Cheerleading
is a popular sport at BHS. Many sophomores
are members of the five varsity squads. Photo
by Jill Hauser.
Oscar R. Aujero
Andrea N. Barnett
Johnny Eri Bates
Myriam E. Bonilla
Anasha K.. Bonnick
Tara A. Boozer
Michael E. Boyle
Bethany R. Britton
David A. Burger Jr.
Carolina E. Bustamante
Juan M. Cajar-Brutsch
Rafael H. Carrau Jr.
Meghan A. Carroll
Marjorie M. Castaneda
Michael R. Castro
Andrea L. Cedeno
Melissa L. Chapman
Hunter G. Chastain
Marc L. Church
Joshua J. Ciceraro
Dounia P. Clarke
Stacy J. Clinton
Kelly J. Conguergood
Glenda A. Cooper
La'Keisha N. Cooper
Ethan R. Corsbie
Monique E. Cover
Matthew J. Covvger
Lola L. Cowling
Susanna P. Davis
Felipe A. De La Guardia
Dino Del Cid Jr.
Michelle A. Dobson
Laura A. Edwards
Mark R. Elliot
Jason P. Ely
Wilma E. Engelke
Timothy L. Epperson
Miguel A. Erroz
IB Vincent A. Espina
Christine E. Estill
Noelle S. Farnsworth
Tara A. Farris
Kendall D. Flagg
Kevin R. Fournier
Carlos A. Garcia
Edwin H. Garcia
Frank J. Geary
Erica L. Gif ford
Juan K. Giles
Joel A. Gills
Elsie Y. Gilmore
Down, Set. HutI Bulldog players (L to R)-Cor-
dova, Adam, and Taiwan get ready for the
Green Devil kick-off at one of the many varsity
football games held in Balboa stadium. The
Bulldogs ended the season beating the Devils
both games. Photo by Jill Hauser.
This isn't as painful as it looks. Sophomore
Bulldog cheerleader Devon Sprague displays
her emotions for the crowd. This is Devon's
second year cheering for the Bulldogs. Her
squad attended cheerleading camp in Florida
last summer. Photo by Jill Mauser.
Amanda L. Graber
Zovek I. Grant
Amanda S. Grass
Colleen L. Green
Carol V. Guerra
Ana Maria Guerrero
Rosa E. Gutierrez
Michele M. Hall
Aaron P. Hamilton
Daniel D. Hanna
Melissa G. Hart
Tommy N. Hay
Erica R. Henderson
Michael W. Henning
Ana R. Hernandez
Conan M. Herring
Deontra L. Hicks
Abby F. Higley
Marco A. Hinds
Jacob E. Holbrook
Jared L. Holzwarth
Robert Huntington IV
Kyle B. Husted
Heather M. Jenkins
Coralia D. Jimenez
Gresmari J. Jimenez
Shannon M. Johnson
Katharine C. Johnston
Gina Marie Julia
Paul S. Karst
Kelvin M. Keith
Rachel J. Kinghorn
Erik M. Knudson
Bradley J. Kostelny
Amy L. Krynicki
Daniel G. La Placa
Checking out the scene Sophomore Dy-
maris Camps is accompanied by Senior Jer-
ome Price as they wait for the Homecoming
Pep Rally to begin. With all the cheerleading
routines ahead, many times it was worth the
wait. Photo by P. Cowles
Smiling Sophomores! Enthusiastic students,
Ben Carpenter and Amanda Robbins, share a
laugh at the Health Fair. Many Sophomores en-
joyed the pie throwing contest. Photo by M.
Julia M. Matthews
George F. Mattocks
Hillary A. Maxwell
Doctorre J. McDade
Just Reading . . Sophomore Noelle Farn-
sworth takes her book seriously during English
class. BHS students are attempting to read
more during English, Drama, and Journalism
classes. Photo by K. Syrdahl
Just Looking . . . Sophomore Meghan Carroll
watches the computer screen in the 800s lab.
Computer Writing Projects keep students busy
each quarter in the computer lab. Photo by K.
Brandon A. Minske
Carla M. Monaghan
Murphy G. Mongeon
Melissa R. Montgomery
Marissa S. Morris
Joseph T. Novotny
John R. O'Keefe
Jason E. Ohman
Jairo L. Olton
Steven T. Ortez
Lori A. Park
Maria E. Parker
Yaixa L. Pena
Cristobal S. Perez
Sarah L. Petersen
Dwight A. Pettiford I
Jeanelly R. Phillips
Thaddeus B. Pierce
Sergio Pinto Jr.
Michael F. Plahovinsak
Lisa M. Plasencia
Alexander I. Renfro
Bill A. Rivas
Frank A. Rivas
Carlos J. Rivera
Maria I. Rivera
Karina Y. Rizzo
Amanda N. Robbins
Felix H. Rodriguez
Maria J. Rodriguez
Rosalyn I. Rodriguez
Melanie A. Rowley
Vanessa I. Sanchez
Yamilet A. Santamaria
Dennis E. Santiago
The Final Countdown Sophomore Lauren
McGuinness anxiously awaits the last 10 sec-
onds of the game. The Varsity Cheerleaders
take their jobs seriously every Friday night dur-
ing football season. Photo by J. Hauser
Catch that ball! In the heat of the game,
Janelle Hauser chases the ball down the court,
in hopes to score successfully. The Qirls bas-
ketball games were filled with many exciting
moments throughout the season. Photo by J.
Karen M. Santos
Samuel H. Scribner
Shauna J. Sears
Tiffany R. Severson
Rachelle N. Seybold
Stephen L. Sharp Jr.
Tabitha R. Showers
Teodulo Silvera III
Stacey M. Skoog
Brent A. Smiley
Abdiel E. Solis R.
Snack Chat. Sophomores Brad Kostelny and
Ethan Crosbie compare stories during lunch
on the bench in front of the main office. (Photo
by M. Schulz)
It's a great lifel Sophomore Susie Davis stops
for a moment to take in the beautiful sunny dry
season during lunch on the front steps. (Photo
by M. Schulz)
La Quinta S. Traylor
John D. Trim
Rory S. Truesdale
Joyce M. Trusty
Manuel A. Tunon
Josephine L. Ullrich
Juan G. Valdes
Roy E. Vega
Yamileth E. Vega
Louis M. Vogel
Indira M. Wagner
Franco E. Wagstaff
John D. Wahl
Frank Walrond Jr.
Jemail D. Ward
Emil A. Watson
Jacqueline M. Weedin
Kristina L. Wells
Matthew T. Wetherell
Leo W. Wheeler
Kelly L. White
Herman B. Wilkinson
Sean P. Williams
Patricia M. Williford
Brenda Lee Wintters
Ricardo A. Woodman
Ryan D. Yamaki-Taylor
Carlos A. Yanes
Pep Rally revert Sophomores Lucia Lincoln and Patsy Wil-
liford join the crowd at the Homecoming Pep Rally. Photo
by P. Cowles.
There she goes again. Edwin Garcia predicts
that Dymarie Camps has yet another question
to interrupt his studies with. Guess you won't
be finishing that vocabulary assignment today.
Photo by J. Severson
finally lunch timel Jason Ely is packed up and
ready for a break as he heads out the door to-
wards the Golden Arches. He prepares himself
for the long lines and frustrated waiting before
he can feed his hunger.
Hard to digest. Amanda Graber concentrates
on Danielle Bingham's latest gossip while Hill-
ary Maxwell seems to know something more
on the subject.
Think, pair, share. Danny Glotzer and Melissa
Hart put co-operative learning to use as they
try to stay awake. Meanwhile, Emil Watson and
Brenda Winters use a more social version of
Put to work. Johnny Bates has no choice but
to do the labor he's been assigned to. How-
ever, his mind was on other things, far, far
Studious Sophomores . . . ? At first glance, the
idea is one of a normal class environment. But
a second look reveals extra-curricular activities
which don't include studying.
You found something interesting? Vanessa
Sanchez and Jeanelly Phillips actually found
something entertaining in one of their text
books. The rest of us, however, still haven't ex-
perienced this educational phenomenon.
Leading Us in Harmony
There's much more to the BHS faculty than just
teaching! Our faculty prides themselves in their ex-
tra-curricular and community involvement. Many
teachers have hobbies after school which include golfing,
diving, and lots of other sports, as well as theatre, travel-
ling, ethnic dancing, educational fraternities, and music.
Because of this, BHS teachers make learning in the
classroom more fun. Our faculty supports the student ac-
tivities by sponsoring clubs, tutoring, chaperoning
dances, coaching, and taking students on wild field trips-
sometimes deep into the tropical jungle and waters of
This year, teachers embarked on a new field- "action re-
search ". This most commonly known as "SIP ". They
spend one period a day working on school improvement
and studying about how to be less stressed-out at the end
of the day even though some students are tardy and ab-
sent a lot!
Our teachers are the best and they deserve a lot more
credit than most of the students give them After all,
we.want to GRADUATE, right?
Mrs. Patricia Alvarado
AP English. U.S. History
University of Southern Louisiana,
Oklahoma Unlversity-B.A., MA.
8 years at BMS, 10 years with
Mrs. Melanle Bales
University of Central Arkansas
4 years at BMS, 10 years with
Mrs. Susan Bemasconi
E.I. Research Project
Florida State University
B.S., M.S. in Special Education
3 years at BMS, 4 years with
Mrs. Jenette Brewer
English 11, 12
University of northern Colorado
Bulldogs Cheerleading Sponsor
1st year at BHS and with DoDDS
Mrs. Sonia Cigamrista
Los Angeles City College
California State College at L.A.
4 years at BHS. 21 years with
Mrs. Sydney Corbett
English II. Speech
Lawrence University, B.A.
University of Wisconsin, M.S.
25 years at BHS
Mr. David Cotton
University of Tennessee
B.S.. M.S. Ed.
First year at BHS
Ms. Patty Cowles
Florida State University. B.S.
Red Machine Cheerleading, Para-
keet, Devils Dirts' Volleyball
2 years at BHS
Mr. Joe Q. Brown
Algebra with Qeometry III
north Texas State University, B.S.
East Texas State University, M.Ed.
3 years at BHS and with DoDDS
Ms. Lynda Callender
English as a Second Language
Simmons College, B.A.
Boston University, M.Ed.
1st year at BMS
Ms. Kelle Campbell
Texas Tech University
Junior Class Sponsor. Lettermen's
2 years at BMS and with DoDDS
Mr. Rafael Chen
Driver s Education
Boys Basketball Coach
Mr. Luis Cuevas
Ms. Qeri Dee
Illinois State University, B.S.
4 years at BHS
Your wish is my command. Mr. Waugh dresses up
for Halloween, this year as Aladdin's old genie.
Like mother like daughter. Mrs. Corbett relives
the sixties by dressing like her daughter Qinger.
She won an honorable mention in the costume
Mrs. Paula Fabrega
Mr. Qene Fendrick
U.S. History, World History
University of Oklahoma at Nor-
8 years at BHS
"Hey, hey, it's the monkey I" Mrs.
Sosa struts her dancing style at
the Senior Reception. At the re-
ception, even some teachers
joined in with the rhythm.
Peanut cartoon strip? No, this is
Mrs. Alvarado dancing to the six-
ties' beat at the Senior Reception.
Photo by Andrea Alvarado
Mrs. Amy Fisher
Keene State of the University of
Mew Hampshire, B.S.E.
3 years at BHS, 19 years with
Mr. John Forester
ISS and occasional substitute
Wesley College, University of Cen-
tral Florida, Rollins College
A.A., B.A., M.S.
2nd year at BHS
Ms. Julianne Gardill
University of San Francisco, B.S.,
Social Committee for Awesome
20 years at BHS
Mrs. Cecelia A. Reed-Qeorge
Algebra/Qeometry Course I
Central State University, B.S.
Cleveland State University, M.S.
Case Western-Reserve, Ph.D.
Mathematics Coach, Precision
Dance Team, Mathematics Club,
Black History Month
7 years at BHS, 12 years with
Ms. Jo Ann Qettys
Isothermal Community College,
Western Carolina University,
B.S.E., M.A. Ed.
6 years at BHS, 14 years with
Ms. Camille Gibson
Algebra/Geometry Course 111
Memphis State University, B.S.
4 years at BHS and DoDDS
Mr. John Hager
Southeast Missouri State Univer-
Florida State University
B.S.E., M.A.T., M.S.
PCC Varsity Baseball Head Coach
4 years at BHS, 9 years with
Mrs. Penny Halvorsen
English and Science
Fitchburg State College
3rd year at BHS
Mrs. Joyce Hanson
Chowan College A. A.,
Atlantic Christian College A.B.
6 years BHS and with DoDDS
Mr. James Higley
Western Michigan University
Florida Atlantic University
B.B.A.. M. Ed.
Green Tennis, Business Club
2 yrs. at BHS, 22 with DoDDS
Mr. Richard Koechlein
Geometry, Study Skills
Girls Soccer, Volleyball
Ms. Veronica Longo
Fundamentals of Art
Eastern Montana College
Art Club Sponsor
1st year at BHS, 5 years with
Ms. Mancy M. Manchester
Cooperative Work Experience
Bryant College, B.S.
Salem State College, M. Ed.
Student Association Accountant
10 years at BHS
Ms. Johnnie McGregor
Introduction to Business
Sul Ross University
The University of Texas
2nd year at BHS, 6 years with
Mrs. Wilma Monlouis
Band, Chorus, Strings, Music Ap-
Mew England Conservatory of Mu-
Teachers' College, Columbia Uni-
B. Mus. Ed.
Combined Orchestra, Stage Band
7 years at BHS
Ms. Susan Nordell
Fundamentals of Art
Mora University, Sweden
1st year at BHS, 10 years with
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Mrs. Patricia Morales
Administrative Officer-Main Office
Florida State University
2nd year at BflS, 6 years with
Mrs. Vicki O'Brien
University of Oklahoma
1 year at BflS
Mrs. Deanna D. Petersen
Orinnel College, b.A.
Teacher's College of Columbia
15 years at BflS, 14 years with
Mr. Jose A. Ramirez
University of Southern California
Long Beach State University
21 years with DoDDS
Mr. Ezra Rice
Jackson State University, B.A.
Ball State University, M.A.
20 + years with DoDDS, 1st year at
Mrs. Laura Roa
French I, II, III
Louisiana State University
French Club Sponsor
8 years at BflS
Mr. David Seitz
Biology II, Physiology
Canal Zone College
Montana State University, B.S.
University of Southern Mississippi,
Biological Honor Society
5 years at BflS
Mrs. Mayra Seitz
Chemistry, Biology II
Panama Canal College, A. A.
University of Southern Mississippi,
Biological Honor Society
5 years at BHS, 6 years with
I 104 J
Mrs. Judy Severson
4 years at BHS
Mrs. Rita Sosa
US Government, Psychology
Wheelock College, B.S. in Ed.
University of Oklahoma, M.A.
80 + post graduate hours
10 yrs. at BHS, 23 in Panama
Mrs. Carol Sponberg
Louisiana State University, B.S.
Louisiana Tech. University, M.A.
English Department Chair
4 years at BHS, 19 total DODDS
Mrs. Maria Tejada
School Social Worker
University of Washington, M.S.W.
2 years at BHS
Mrs. Anne Verville
Mr. Carlos Vaz
Spanish, AP Spanish
Spanish Club 20+ years with
It must be rridayl Mrs. Halvorsen anticipates the end of the day at a fac-
ulty meeting in the library. Photo by Q. Dee
This can't be a witch? Ms. Wall helps celebrate Halloween with her
"kitchen witch" costume. Her creativity was appreciated by the S.A. who
sponsored the Halloween costume contest. Photo by D. White
Mr. J. Michael Vice
Golden Gate University
Sonoma State University
B.A.-Hist. TCH. Cred.
first year at BHS, 2 years in
Ms. Cheryl Wall
Math, Science, Social Studies
Florida State University, B.S. -Ed.
Virginia Tech., M.A. -Ed.
Mr. Kenneth Waugh
Indiana University-B.S., M.S.
San Francisco State Univ.-M.A.
Senior Class Sponsor, Red Track
9 yrs. at BHS, 20 with DoDDS
Mrs. Dorothy E. White
University of Oklahoma-B.S.
Oklahoma State-M.A., M.S.
10 years at BHS, 14 with DoDDS
Mr. Cecil Williams
Savannah State College-B.S.
Notre Dame University-M.S.
Girls Red Basketball
Girls Bulldogs Soccer
6 yrs. at BHS
Dr. W. Edward Tyner
University of Tennessee
University of Tennessee
3 yrs. at BHS, 7 with DoDDS
Mrs. Sylvia Baptiste
Mr. Ricardo Booth
Assistant in Main Office
Ms. Rosanna McClaren
Ms. Madine Oakley
Assistant in Main Office
Mrs. Mariette Staha
"Mo eating in the classroom" . . . Ms. Gibson gets caught in the act of
her snack on a teacher work day. Luckily, no students were around.
(Photo G. Dee)
AT THE TOP OF THE MEDLEY
Controlling The Heat At Balboa High School
Mr. Kenneth Anderson
Florida State University
Appalachian State University
11 years at BHS, 14 years with DoDDS
So who exactly is at the top of
it all? Who keeps the school
running? Many of us do not
know and some of us don't
seem to even care. However, we
should give credit where credit is
due. The 'Head Honchos" at BHS
aka Mr. Holland, Mr. Anderson, and
Mrs. Hunt, continue to smooth out all
the 'rough'' problems that occur at
the high school. Besides having to
handle all the paperwork and make
appropriate decisions affecting the
school, they also have to deal with
us, the student body. Maintaining a
stable environment for the students
isn't easy. As we all know, there are
many different kinds of people with
different opinions and cultures and
it's hard to please everyone. They've
accomplished a lot this year and BHS
is going strong. That's why our ad-
ministrators are at the top of the
Mr. Ernest W. Holland
Sam Houston State University
18 years at BHS
Mrs. Doris Hunt
Bemidgi State University, B.S
University of Minnesota, M.S.
1 year at BHS
FACULTY ON THE LOOSE
Do I really have to put up with this? Mrs. Brewer tries to grin and
108 faculty bear il while sne 90es through yet another stress filled day.
And your opinion is? Teachers exchange feelings and many fa-
cial expressions concerning the previous meeting. (All photos by Q.
Say cheesel Mr. and Mrs. Koechlein enjoy a moment together during MONEY$$$l Student Association Accountant. Ms. Manchester,
a Halloween party. J ust heard that there will be no audit on the books.
IC TIME TRACKS
LEADING THE TROPICAL
CLASS SPONSORS KEEP THE SCHOOL SPIRIT
Mr. Chen Sophomore Class
ister Cheen" is
and one of the In-
dustrial Career teachers. He is known
for gossiping with students and al-
ways having to "tell you sonteen." If
you're ever crossing the street to go
visit him, cross 'where you get son-
teen . . . don't cross where you get
noteen." That refers to the rare oc-
currence in which you'd get hit by a
car for not using the crosswalk. That
is very good advice-but what do you
expect from a Drivers Ed teacher?
Mrs. Company Junior Class
Mrs. Company, came to
BHS last year from Texas
and has only been here
for two years. She has
been involved in many things such as
sponsoring the Lettermen's Club and
the Junior Class which includes han-
dling class rings and Prom. Mrs. Com-
pany also came down with a teaching
technique new to most English class-
es-that is the use of computers to im-
prove writing skills. Thanks to teach-
ers like her, BHS students can en-
hance their computer skills in En-
Mr. Waugh Senior Class Spon-
Genie? Arab? Hippie? . . .
Track star? The last one is
probably closest to the
truth. Mr. Kenneth Waugh
has been the Senior Class Sponsor
for quite a while now. This job can
cause a lot of stress; enough to make
one take up jogging around the track,
riot only does he enjoy jogging, he
also coaches the BHS Bulldog track
team. He teaches Economics, U.S.
Government and always helps out at
many school events. No wonder the
Seniors love him!
If this computer doesn't do it, 1
don't know what will. Jackie
Weeks concentrates on the com-
Heated Minds Want to Know
Academics are indeed an integral part of any
school. This is usually the least desired part of the
school year. It involves too much thinking and an-
alyzing in the time of life when one prefers to sit back and
relax. Well, this is true for most students. Maybe it is be-
cause academics are a requirement and, being the
"rebels" teenagers are supposed to be, anything required
is "least desired".
Academics have been instilled in every student's mind
since pre-school. From learning the ABC's to basic math-
ematics, academics gives us knowledge of the world
around us. Without academics, we wouldn't know that the
planets revolve around the sun, that plants produce their
own food, or that y=5x + 3 is a linear equation. So, it is
obvious that academics are what makes us educated and
Perhaps it's homework that makes us dislike academ-
ics the most. Sure, homework helps us, but who wants to
take work home? Then again, it could be those reports we
are constantly being assigned. Whatever the case, it is all
part of the learning process we must all go through. Even-
tually, we will be grateful for ail the knowledge we at-
tained through academics.
"Hey, hold the stringl" Monique
Carbonell assisted by Oscar Zap-
ata. Takashl Murata and David
Choi, measure the height of Bal-
boa s head. Students used only
the sun. a string and a protractor
to accomplish this assignment.
(Photo by P. Cowles)
"Let s get this donel" Kari Syr-
dahl watches as Billy Wing pre-
pares his catapult for the Physics
contest. Students had to make
last minute adjustments to fix the
catapults height and weight.
(Photo by M. Schulz)
Physics Students' Stress
Physics is one of
the most rigorous
of the Extended
classes offered at
BHS. Students who enroll
in this course know that
they will be spending long
hours after school in the
lab working on assign-
ments, creating catapults,
building rockets, bridges,
and whatever else Mr.
Thale can come up with to
challenge them. What ca-
reer field will use the Phys-
ics skills learned this year?
NASA rocket scientists. En-
gineers, Architects, Chem-
ists, Aeronautics, to name
but a fewl Maybe one of
these "Stressed-out Thale-
ans" will put their BHS
Physics skills to good use
and become famous!
"Sometimes I just want
to cry!", exclaims Monique
Carbonell when asked how
her Physics class is going.
Other students would like
to see Mr. Thale retire
Truthfully, BHS students
know that their work is
tougher than most classes
require. "I know at the end
of my senior year I'll be
sorry to leave Physics",
comments Billy Wing. One
of the most memorable
projects is the Rocket
launch. The launch will oc-
cur after the yearbook is
laid to rest. Balboa Elemen-
tary students work with
BHS Physics students to
build the fastest, highest-
flying rockets. This is a
popular event at both
schools because students
get to attend during the
school day in the BHS sta-
So, if you like hard work,
weights and rulers, enroll
The final test Mr. Thale. Phys-
ics teacher, gives his final ap-
proval in the weight of a lab exper-
iment. Physics Is one of the most
demanding of the advanced
courses offered at BHS. (Photo by
"Hurry up before Mr. Thale sees
us!" Jim Ortiz. Garth Hlggins.
Tony (Jsera and Takashl Murata
work outside on the front lawn.
They are measuring the height of
the Panamanian flag by the fire
station. (Photo by D. White)
"Hey, I think my ink just ran outl"
Exclaims Jessica Quinlan. as she
works with Adam Boyko, and Lisa
Korolyshyn on their physics ex-
periment. (Photo by D. White)
Maintaining a constant speed
isn't as easy as it appears. Senior
Jerome Price attempts to ride in a
straight line in the annual Physics
Olympiads Bicycle contest. (Photo
by M. Schulz)
What is the GMP? Economics stu-
dents C. Foveda, M. Versalles, and
M. Cooper look up the answers for
Mr. Waugh's worksheet.
(Photo by J. Szymanski)
A diligent worker. Jr. Hernandez
outlines a chapter for Government
class. Hotetaking is a daily occur-
rence for BHS students.
(Photo by J. Szymanski)
"Just one more glance at my
notes" exclaims Joaquin Boyd as
he does some last minute cram-
ming before the bell rings and his
(Photo by M. Kuo)
Searching for that one source
William Muff looks up information
in the card catalogue. The BHS li-
brary has a large selection for stu-
dents to choose from.
( Photo by J. Szymanski)
Students Hit The Books
"I thought I saw that answerl"
Janelle McGuinness takes a break
on the carpet to complete her
(Photo by J. Szymanski)
Last minute studying is
an art at Balboa High
School. It seems like as-
signments, tests, and pa-
pers are always due on the
same dates. This forces
kids to procrastinate on
many "due" dates. Most
kids will juggle the comple-
tion of these assignments
by doing some and not oth-
ers until the last possible
second. Thus, "Cramming
begins! This "art" isn't un-
usual to any school.
You can always hear kids
in the hallways talking
about how late they stayed
up to cram for a test. They
didn t have "time" to study
before the night before! Of
course, there are those
who do know how to bal-
ance their schedules and
use their notebooks to
their advantage and keep
up with "due" dates. These
students have a lot less
This year with so many
after school activities to
choose from, it's easy to
see why BHS students learn
to cram on assignments
early on in the year. It
doesn't matter whether you
are on the Honor Roll or
not, you can still get caught
at the last minute if you're
staying late after school for
a sport, club activity, or try-
ing to meet a deadline for
the newspaper or year-
Let's face it, even after
high school, students will
continue to wait until the
last minute to get their
work done! Hopefully,
they'll have learned a little
from high school and not
wait until the night before
to write a paper!
Is that my grade? Ana Sherry cal-
culates her grade with precision.
She wants to make sure to get ev-
ery point possible. (Photo by J.
Whooshl Physics students take
over the rocket launch. Balboa el-
ementary students joined them
once again to experience the phe-
nomenon. (Photo by D. White)
Classes That Cause Sweat
AP English, AP Spanish,
AP Calculus, Extended
Physiology, Extended Phys-
ics, Extended Government.
Extended U.S. History, Ex-
tended Analysis . can
you think of any more rigor-
ous courses for BUS stu-
dents to be in? Well, these
are the classes students
dread because of the work
load and challenge they
present each semester.
Many students work to-
gether on group projects
for some of these advanced
classes, but most of the as-
signments are individually
done. When you are taking
more than one advanced
class, life can get a little
hairy. It always seems like
the "tough" courses re-
quire extra written assign-
ments, oral reports, lab
work, journals, research
papers and all these as-
signments are due at the
same time. There is some
consolation in the fact that
students pull together to
help one another on many
assignments. That helps
ease the burden when the
final crunch comes.
Most students take these
courses, because they want
the quality points afforded
for being in an AP or Ex-
tended class. Many don't
realize that those quality
points aren't easy to earn.
Lots of BHS students sign
up each semester for more
than one "tough'' class
and end up dropping out
because the work becomes
too stressful. At least kids
get the chance to try and
find out just what subjects
they are really interested
And the tone of this poem Is? . . .
Hmmm Senior Chelsea Coffey
analyses a poem for her A. P. En-
glish class. A. P. English students
looked into stories, poems and
novels with great depth. (Photo by
Did I calculate this correctly?
More physics? Well, when it comes
to extended Physics things be-
come even more complicated. Jer-
ome Price was one of the many
students who took on this chal-
lenge. (Photo by D. White)
S-T-R-E-S-SMI Such a common
word heard practically everywhere
at BHS. Teachers Mrs. Sosa, Mrs.
Fisher, Mr. Fendrick, and Mr.
Waugh let the whole world know
what they feel during Halloween.
This definitely comes with an A. P.
What does everyone And so hard
about Calculus? Chris Conrigan
looks over his notes once more
before putting them away. Al-
though this class was offered last
year too, this year the A. P. advan-
tage was automatically included.
(Photo by J. Staha)
Cartoon manial For the month of
March-Art month, the Art club ex-
pressed itself through their artistic
abilities on one of the school's
Creating masterpieces Trevor
Huddleston and Rebecca heard
find themselves backstage doing
the "tedious " work for the upcom-
ing BUS performance.
Far out and yonder Members
of the Biological Honor Society ob-
serve the nature around Qatun
lake on one of their many trips
throughout the year.
It is the natural tendency of humans to group to-
gether. This is true of the BHS Tropical Medley.
Common interests get people together. That is what
clubs are all about. Clubs do several things through-
out the year. Money needs to be raised, so it is not un-
usual to be bombarded with cupcakes, cakes, cookies,
and other baked goods to buy during the week. Other
clubs get more creative and sell pizzas or candygrams.
The Computer Club has a love survey every year around
Valentine's and sells the results.
Besides fundraisers, there are also field trips and char-
ity drives. French Club members take field trips to French
restaurants and the French Embassy. The national Honor
Society holds a Toy Drive collecting toys for the poor, dur-
ing Christmas. The Ecology Club recycles the school's
waste paper. Biological Honor Society members can be
found hiking all over Panama and working in the BHS
Part of the fun of being in a club is being with people
who are into the same things. Many friendships find a
start here and a myriad of memories are made. Being in a
club can lead to doing new things and having different ex-
periences. Involvement with clubs is as educational as it
is rewarding. It is also a kind of preparation for college
and the real world. Knowing how to deal with other peo-
ple is a useful skill.
Hew club members are encouraged and welcomed. The
Tropic Tribes of BHS offer a variety of learning and shar-
ing opportunities combined with fun. So, if you haven't
joined a club this year think about what you're missing
and join next year.
Drama Club And Thespians Prepare For "Opening night"
Row 1: Marciacq P., Lloyd M., Row 2: Maxwell H., Espinoza A., Robbins Row 1: Montgomery R.. Poore T., Severson T., Ullrich J.. Jimenez C,
A., Graham J., Hurst Q., Row 3: Chastain H., Roca P., Ollendick H., Row 2: Austin A., Hernandez J., Mongeon M. (These are a few of the
McDade T., Christopherson J. (These are a few of the Drama I students Drama 1 students from 5th period)
from 4th period)
Congratulations! Stacey Boozer
and Mrs. Mitchell exchange a
warm handshake as Stacey is
given her "Honor Thespian - ' pin.
Becoming a member of this elite
group requires many hours of
work on play productions back-
stage as well as on stage.
Do your own thing. Hard as they
try, not everyone fully seems to be
aware of what's going on during
play rehearsal. One stares off in
space, another wears a totally
traumatic face, and the rest try to
pay attention and remember their
Is it the Queen of England? How
about the Queen of Qrand Fen-
wick! From the Fall Play, The
Mouse That Roared ", Dilcia Yanez
tries to portray her character to
Drama I students from 6th period: K. Conquergood, A. Qoodno, B. Brit-
ton. These are only a few of the 90 students enrolled in Drama I this
Thespians: Front: S. Boozer, D. Yanez, R. Heard, L. Rojas, K. Lopez, A.
Kinghom. A. Marx. 2nd: J. Quinlan, C. Coffey, V. Hernandez, M. Profis, C.
Royo, K. Nolte. C. Collins. 3rd: S. Unger, F. Carrolla. 4th: Q. Corbett, J.
Hannah, N. Nathan, B. Myrick, B. Smith, J. Meal, J. Ullrich, J. Weeks, Mrs.
Mitchell, M. Kelly.
Spanish And French Clubs Express Their Side Of Culture
Agual Agual Wehhhlll Moving to
the Carnival beat in high spirits,
Nicole Frank dances to the Car-
naval beat for the Spanish "Com-
parsa." For many, camaval time
means "mojadera" (or getting
wet), but for the Spanish Club,
other ways were expressed.
Euahl La Hierbital Members of the
Spanish Club Court performed
many dances to "tipico." Here Mr.
Andersen crowns Miggy Castro
Carnaval Queen '94 after their per-
La Reina. Queen Miggy Castro
stops for a pose on the stage dur-
ing her hectic night at Camavalito
94. (All photos by M. Bales)
SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY
Front row: A. Spurlock; 2nd row: J. Weeks, V. Uhorchak, T. Llach (Pres.),
"1. Nassiff; 3rd row: M. Castro, Mr. Figueroa (sponsor); 4th row: S. Linger,
V. Spratling, L. Rojas, T. Usera.
Front row: D. Qrajales, E. Small, J. Montalvo, C. Rivera, S. Phelps, J. Rob-
inson, J. Staha, L. Rojas, N. Nassiff, W. Pohl, I. Rodriguez; 2nd row: V.
Hernandez, J. Penkoske, A. Santa, E. Andersen, E. Qifford, A. Spurlock
(Tres,), J. Boyd, N. Frank, C. Del Hoyo, V. Spratling, T. Llach (V-Pres.);
3rd row: M. Stall, R. McQuinness, S. Beattie, H. Brunner; 4th row: C.
Lively, A. Urriola, K. Lee, J. McQuinness, J. Posey, B. Swenty, C. Poveda,
L. Robertson, S. linger, M. Kelly, R. Nandwani. M. Castro (Pres.) and V.
Uhorchak (Sec.) not pictured.
Students in the French Club pose
for a shot outside the historical
French Embassy building in Las
Bovedas. This area of Panama is
of great historical significance.
Jessie Berger and Francisco Ser-
rano pause during a French Club
field trip. Students got to miss
school and explore the old French
section of Panama city.
Front row: F. Adams. M. Mckay, M. Kuo, D. Grajales, S. Trippany, J.B.
Balbastro, E. Luck, 2nd row: A. Ferguson. Mrs. Roa (Sponsor), E. Small,
E.J. Arosemena, B. Kemp, J. Baumgardner, M. Luck. 3rd row: K. Meyers,
E. Santa, C. Querra. M. Hert, Y. Hudson, M. Souffrant, H. Sokol, A. Marx,
4th: D. Batista, B. Barrett, C. Tapanes
FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY
Front Row: M. Kuo, D. Qrajales, S. Trippany, Back: Mrs. Roa, J. Baum-
gardner. M. Hert, Y. Hudson, B. Barrett
Students Keep In Touch With Society To Make The World A Better
Front row: A. Robbins, J. Posey, E.J. Arosemena, C. Collins, 2nd row: B.
Kemp, N. Mieves, A. Pena, 3rd row: E. Carlson, Y. Hudson, M. Hert, A. Ur-
riola, A. Vidaurri, J. Miller, B. Carpenter, P. Edwards, 4th: A. Sosa, Mrs.
Front: D. Qrajales, 2nd row: L. Constante, M. Aleman, S. Kelly, K. Meyer,
3rd row: N. Moran, M. Schulz, Mrs. Othon, 4th row: A. Qerguson, K. Man-
ning, B. Reese, R. Stewart.
Delicious Temptations. Members
of the Biological Honor Society ex-
amine snake specimens during
their tour of the labs on Barro Col-
orado Island. Photo by F. Kuo
Hi Ho Hi-Ho a hiking we will
gol" Enduring strenuous hikes is
a part of the Biological Honor So-
ciety's many field trips during the
school year. Photo by F. Kuo
Checking the list, national Honor
Society member Tyler Quinn
looks for his hallway assignment
during back to school night. MHS
members helped parents find their
way to class. Photo by M. Schulz
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY:
1st row: A. Vidaurri, J. McQuinness, J. Pownall (Treasurer), J. Ullrich,
2nd: S. Boozer, J. Penkoske, C. Querra, L. Rojas, C. Coffey (Secretary), J.
Staha (President), D. Qrajales. N. Nassiff, S. McKee. J. Weeks, T. Kemp,
3rd: D. Yanez, J. Posey, M. Chase, A. Kinghom, M. Hert, J. Baumgardner,
D. Norman, S. Unger, 4th: M. Collins, S. Beattie, A. Sherry, E. Santa, A.
Urriola, A. Sosa, Mr. Jaen (Sponsor), C. Corrigan. Y. Hudson, L. Smith, T.
Quinn. F. Kuo, E. Carlson, R. Nandwani, David Choi (Vice-Pres.) not pic-
BIOLOGICAL HONOR SOCIETY:
1st: K. Kemp. J. Mauser, 2nd: J. Pownall. M. Kelly. J. Penkoske, M. Seppy. V. Her-
nandez, N. Nassiff, 3rd: C. Querra. J. Quinlan. Y. Hudson. J. Balbastro. K. Mon-
tagne. 5. Boozer. D. Yanez. N. Nathan. M. Schulz. A. Emest, K. Wilder. 4th: M. Hert,
V. Spratling. I. Rodriguez, C. Souffrant. L. Rojas, C. Royo, D. Qrajales. V. Uhorchak.
J. Ullrich, R. Heard, 5th: A. Alvarado, M. Carbonell. M. Kuo. S. Unger. J. Weeks, C.
Coffey. Mr. Seitz (Sponsor), B. Vanairsdale. A. Vidaurri, J. McQuinness. A. Urriolla.
B. Larrabee. J. Pownall (Sec). J. Posey. E. Arosemena. J. Diaz, D. Choi. M. Fisher,
M. Chase, T. Kemp. A. Sherry. C. Poveda. L. Robertson. L. Cuthbert. M. Church, R.
Nandwani. F. Kuo. S. McKee. Bach: T. Usera, E. Carlson. D. Sprague. S. Beattie. B.
Swenty. E. Schnack, C. Corrigan. M. Chase. D. Norman, A. Page.
Choruses, Band, And Peer Helpers Share Their Talents
Waiting for the cut-off. Mrs. Mon-
louis directs the select chorus
during a performance.
"Hold it," K. Pierre and T. Shaw
warm-up before Select Chorus
practice begins. Singers must
warm-up before they perform.
Working hard. These guys, C. Pov-
eda, W. Delgado, and R. Young,
prove that they can read music
during select chorus class.
Front: K. Faye. R. Gomez, K. Pierre, T. Bacot, M. Shaw, M. Flores, A. Alva-
rado, V. Hernandez, C. Querra. 2nd: M. Kuo, K. Nakagawa, N. Yano, I. Ro-
driguez, C. Bourbeau, M. Cooper, W. Delgado, M. Littrell, B. McArty. 3rd:
B. Hoover, J. Staha, S. Boozer, L. Cooper, C. Poveda, N. Park, K. Myer, L.
Rines, M. Moran, D. Yanez. 4th: T. Wrice, S. Darnell, R. Long, R. Young
Front: T. Bacot, M. Kuo, J. Staha, I. Rodriguez, K. Pierre, F. Rolon, Y.
Espina, T. Usera, M. Littrell, V. Hernandez, D. Yanez. 2nd: N. Yano, T.
Shaw, C. Bourbeau, C. Rivera, A. Beech, J. Torres, D. La Place, N.
Miller, B. McArty, E. Spencer, A. Alvarado. 3rd: S. Merkel, S. Boozer,
E. Ricketts, M. Cooper, K. Makagawa, M. Hanada, R. Long, W. Del-
gado, L. Kelly, C. Querra, M. Flores, K. Meyer. 4th: K. Faye, B. Hoover,
L. Allen, B. Wintters, M. Berrios, C. Poveda, J. Ellingsen, S. Darnell, R.
Young, M. Womble, D. Jimenez, N. Moran.
"Oom-Pa-Pa" Thomas Brice-
land works hard during Band prac-
tice everyday in first period. The
tuba is a very difficult instrument
to play. (Photo by M. Bales)
Santa's Helper. A member of the
BHS Peer-Helpers, Erica Gilford,
works with a student from Balboa
Elementary school at their Christ-
mas party. ( Photo by J. Severson)
Front: M. Souffront. M. Yamashito, 2nd: K. Santos, H. Berrios, K.
White, A. Bonnick, R. Kinghom, 3rd: R. Petersen, A. Watanabe, I. Wag-
ner, K. Makagawa, M. Morales, J. Coronado, S. McKee, L. Cowling,
4th: E. Speir, R. Kinard, S. Darnell, R. Brown. T. Epperson, H. Smith,
T. Briceland, R. Wiley, 5th: T. Chase, L. Rojas, M. Fisher, F. Adams, Q.
Mevin, T. Wrice
Front: A. Beach, J. Weeks, T. Severson, E. Clifford, M. Dobson, T. Arocho,
Mrs. Severson, Back: H. Maxwell, L. Edwards, S. Johnson, S. McKee, E.
Anderson, J. Miller, N. Mieves, P. Edwards, B. Kemp, J. Hauser
CAUSE AND EFFECT
Four Clubs With Four Different Ways Of Showing Concern For
CLOSE-UP: ECOLOGY CLUB:
rront row: C. Corrigan, T. Decerega. Mrs. Alvarado (Sponsor), N. Char- Front row: K. Faye, C. Del Hoyo. J. Qina, S. Unger. A. Ferguson, J. Quin-
leville, T. Usera; 2nd row: B. Larrabee. M. Schulz, A. Vidaurri, top: A. Ian, B. Kostelny; 2nd row: S. Petersen. F. Kuo. E. Anderson, C. Poveda,
Marx (all of the group is not pictured here) S. Sears, T. Severson, F. Geary, Ms. Baca (Sponsor): 3rd row: J. Movotny,
D. Shorter, E. Hernandez. E. Gifford, A. Boyko, A. Page.
This is the fifth time I've done this
and I still can't get it rightl Jr.
Hernandez stresses on a Pascal
Programming problem as Adam
Boyko stands by observing and is
glad he isn't in Jr's position.
Oh pleasel Arnold Perguson fig-
ures it's just computer program-
ming and he knows what's going
on — or does he? Candid photos
by P. Baca.
Finished! It only took Michelle
Versailles two days to work this
problem in Pascal Programming.
Pront row: J. Diaz, M. Jenkins 2nd row: Mr. Ramirez (sponsor), J. Posey,
J. fligley, A. Higley, S. Qolombiewski. Qroup photos by M. Carbonell.
Pront row: M. Michie, D. Shorter, T. Tenturier, M. Seppy, D. Rowley 2nd
row: T. Murata, J. Qina, I. Wagner, J. Ortiz, S. Sears, A. Boyko Not
picctured: E. Anderson, E. Qifford, S. Qillespie, B. Kostelny, C. Krapfl, A.
Page, B. Vanairsdale, J. Quinlan.
"Ummmm, there's nothing like leche conden-
sada" Nonique Carbonell takes a break
from the darkroom after midnight during the
yearbook "lock-in ". (Photo by J. Staha)
A typical scene in the yearbook room. Editors,
Jessica Staha and Michelle Kuo are hard at
work in their comer of the yearbook room.
(Photo by J. Szymanski)
'94 Zonian Staff Puts It All Together
Stress. There's nothing else
quite like it when it comes to
working on the yearbook.
Lay-outs need to be drawn,
stories need to be written and cap-
tions have to be thought up on the
spur of the moment. Photography is a
big part of yearbook, too. Only a few
BMS students take photos for the staff
to choose from and even a smaller
number actually work in the dark-
room to develop and print pictures. It
always seems like we'll never have
enough GOOD photos to use in our
layouts. The students you see pic-
tured on these pages are responsible
for your '94 ZOMIAM. They drew lay-
outs, printed stories and indexed all
the names, designed and planned the
entire 200 pages, cover to cover! Un-
less you have ever tried to write an ar-
ticle or identify a group for a picture,
you can't imagine the task-committ-
ment it takes to work on a yearbook
staff. Many students start out on the
staff at the beginning of each school
year, but only the serious, dedicated
few endure the task! The bulk of this
work is accomplished after school
and on the weekends. This year's
small group even spent a Sat. nighl
after the Camivalito Dance in the
yearbook room trying to meet a dead-
line! That's the kind of dedication il
takes to produce a top-notch book. I
hope you will be as proud of theii
work as I am! Mrs. Bales
Keeping the index straight. Jeni Szymanski
checks off names from copysheets to be en-
tered in the computer. (Photo by F. Kuo)
"Peek-a-Boo". Mrs. Bales hopes nobody will
see her sleeping under her desk in the year-
book room. The staff stayed up all night to try
and get a bunch of pages finished. (Photo by J.
The "Lay-out King". Franz Kuo displays his
talent with the "pica-pal" ruler. Besides draw-
ing hundreds of layouts, Franz was in charge of
the INDEX! (Photo by J. Szymanski)
Students In Reserve Officers Training Corps Prepare For The
1st: A. Kirkpatch, M. Clark, Jr. Hernandez, R. Abrego, C. Del Hoyo, M
Charleville, A. Cruze, 2nd: T. Singleton, M. Lim, P. DeLeon, E. Luck, M
Rivera, M. Hert, E. Zayas, L. Jurado, 3rd: L. Traylor, A. Renfro, R. Sey
bold, E. Luck, R. Qorman, I. Acosta, J. Fowler, I. Rodriguez, 4th: T. Rojo
S. Blount, D. Batista, E. Corsbie, C. Hall, S. Choochard, E. Longgoria, C
Banda, R. Chang, 5th: W. Reese, C. Tapanes, J. Martinez, R. Lee, L
Smith, E. Gutierrez, J. Haughton, L. Paredes, K. Flagg, S. Tapia, T. Brice
rid, O. Zayas, S. Antadillas, J. Ely, J. Higley, T. Hopkins, A. Coward.
1st: T. Bennett, M. Lloyd, A. Aird, J. Gutierrez, B. Hoover, W. Moore, M.
Plahovinsak, P. Edwards, 2nd: B. Wintters, Y. Herrera, D. Del Cid, V. Git-
tens, F. Rodriguez, T. Fan-is, R. Rodriguez, K. Foumier, R. Min, S. Ward,
3rd: J. Valdez, V. Sanchez, M. Michie, A. Gutierrez, S. Leggett, A. Bamett,
K. Montagne, G. Daniel, A. Coward, 4th: G. Jimenez, K. Wells, J. O'Keefe,
M. McKay, J. Morales, T. Silveria, A. Cooper, G. Tulk, L. Frias, 5th: L.
Allen, H. Jeffrey, A. Keene, D. La Placa, T. Hay, J. Thompson, J.
Blanchett, N. Blades, R. Vega, G. Priolo
Inquiring minds want to know.
ROTC students attend an Armed
Forces lecture in the BUS library.
So who is falling asleep here?
Sometimes lectures can become
too tiring, especially at the end of
7th period. (Photo by M. Bales)
It's an art thangl Art students
show their more creative side for
"Youth Art Month." (Photo by P.
Front: C. Del floyo, R. Qorman, C. Banda. O. Zayas, M. Michi, t\. Flagg, H.
Jeffrey, B. Winnters, P. DeLeon, Second: R. Chang, L. Smith, J. O'Keefe,
E. Longoria, A. Cruz, IS. Montagane. F. Rivas, N. Blades, R. Seybolt, C.
Tapanes, Back: A. Cooper
(In Alphabetical Order): A. Alvarado, L. Castillo, M. Davis, J. Qalvez, J.
Lantry, B. Marx, R. McArty, P. McKeon, K. Meyer, C. Perez, E. Zayas
Students In Photography Club And Parakeet Learn How To Get The "Right Shot"
"I hate deadlines" . . . Jack Miller
tries to finish his article for the
Parakeet while Robert Reyes is
printing his. Students in Journal-
ism classes produce the school
newspaper. (Photo by P. Cowles)
"Gotcha" . . . Photographer Rich-
ard Nolan snaps off the end of his
roll at one of the sporting events
during the year. (Photo by D.
Smile for the camera Students on
the Parakeet staff pick up film at
the PX. L to R: Amy Fry, Maylinn
Steinbarger, and Juan Palacio
PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-IN THE DARK AS USUAL!
A. Alvarado, T. Bacot, L. Cuthbert, C. Collins. C. Coffey. M. Chapman, M
Carbonell, M. Cover, D. Choi, L. Cercenia, C. Corona, R. Ellingsen, C
Guerra, A. Greene, K. Holihan, J. Hauser, J. Hannah, C. Herring, A. Her
nandez, M. Kuo, C. Krapfl, D. Lantry, K. Lopez, R. McArty, E. McComsey
R. McConaughey, K. Manning, C. Monaghan, R. McCann, R. Nolan, M
Oura, S. Phelps, J. Palacio, T. Quinn, L. Rojas, P. Roca, B. Reese, I. Rod
riguez. M. Steinbarger, M. Schulz, K. Syrdhal. J. Szymanski, J. Staha, H
Thompson, C. Tapanes, J. Thompson, I. Wagner
Front: R. Gomez, M. Steinbarger, J. Engelke, J. Hauser, J. Palacio Back:
B. Vanairsdale, L. Leontiev, A. Pry, C. Coffey, J. Penkoske, C. Collins
Dance Team: C. Querra, K. Pierre,
M. Vasquez, 2nd: K. Santos, J.
Gonzalez, 3rd: M. Souffront, D.
Qrajales, H. Sokol, 4th: C. Querra,
J. Baumgardner, Top: C. Souffront
"Another day, another deadline".
Michelle Kuo gets lost in thought
while typing a story for yearbook.
"Coming out of the dark ..."
Marie Schulz gets a chance in the
light instead of always working in
the darkroom to print photos for
the yearbook. (Photo by P.
Dreaming of the end to yearbook
production. Franz Kuo doesn't re-
alize he is captured forever on film
while he tries to get a good night's
sleep in the yearbook room.
■please, PLEASE buy a Close-Up ticket from
me l ," Heather Thompson calmly sells an-
other raffle ticket for Close-Up to Renee Stew-
art, although inside she is bursting with joy to
have one less ticket to sell.
Something Every Club Meeds To Survive f
A major problem all
clubs go through is
how to finance their
activities. The remedy
this problem is fund raising.
Dedicated members give up a few
of their after school hours to
bake some goodies. These
dedicated members also give up
their lunch hour to sell in the
S.A. store, the breeze way, or
anywhere willing buyers can
be found. Fund raising went
through an all time low when
the new McDonalds opened,
since it was in walking distance
from the high school. Many-
students could be found at
McDonalds for the first few
weeks; but after the thrill of a
new place to eat lunch wore off,
fund raisers went back into
By J. Szymanski
/ / /
Photo by M. Schultz
Photo by M. Schulz
Ho huml Another day. another $40.00. Al-
though most of David Goodno's lunch hour is
spent selling yearbooks, this is a good exam-
ple of what dedication is all about!
Oopsl A little too much mustardl Jahaira Mon-
talvo helps support ROTC at a football game.
The concession stand is a great club fund-
S.A. store business strives to make profit. Al
though the ever-popular S.A. store is con-
stantly raising money for different clubs, it is al-
ways a hit. Mere Michelle Collins gives her
lunch hour to sell for a school club.
CLUBS UNITE THE MEDLEY
I'm so thirstyl Jessica Penkoske
indulges in a nice cold drink of wa-
ter while Morgan Seppy urges her
not to finish it-the BUS hike isn't
done just yet!
Sing a little songl As they stand in
correct chorus position. N. Yano
and K. Nakagawa do their best to
project their voices.
S-t-r-e-t-c-h! Doing her duties, M.
Paulsrud works backstage to com-
plete the scenery for the BUS fall
play. The Mouse That Roared.''
Yummy-a munchiel As Tony De-
cerega slowly bites into a brownie
at one of the Close-Up meetings.
Heather Thompson suddenly
wishes she hadn't given him the
Photo by P. Cowles
Photo by J. Severson
now, what else do I write down?
Shauna Sears ponders on any
more ideas that could contribute
to the computer club.
Santa's helper. Spreading Christ-
mas spirit. Bonnie Kemp helps
out for Peer Helping at the Balboa
Jamboree Victory. Robert Reyes.
Lance Von tlollen. Coach Bales,
Robbie Qarcia. and Brian Rowley
display their Cougar Pride by hold-
ing up the Jamboree trophy after
Look, two hands and four
legs? Red Machine cheerleader
Julie Matthews sits on Wendy Win-
kler during a dance routine at the
Homecoming Pep Rally.
Hot Action in the Tropics
Wham! Slam! Bang! Another year of sizzling
sports stories officially begins with the Jambo-
ree kick-off. As the school year progresses, the
record book continues to accumulate the
touchdowns, slam-dunks, set points, homeruns, spikes,
goals, and track records. The road trips to Cristobal to
face the Tigers are a sports season requirement and pro-
vide more excitement.
The tropics offers two seasons to play in — rainy and
dry. These aren't exactly the best seasons, either you are
soaked and muddy or frying and dehydrating. Sports con-
tinue to take place, nonetheless, as the teams toil and
practice to battle the competition. Despite the fact that
there are four teams for one school, team spirit is not diffi-
cult to come by.
from football to volleyball, BHS students can attend or
play sports all year long. Whether you are an outdoor or
indoor sports fan, there's something here for everyone.
For those who are into something different, the tropics
have several other options. Surfing, scuba diving, sailing,
hang gliding, hiking, biking, and jet-skiing are just a few.
Those who haven't yet found a sport, a sport will eventu-
ally find you.
Students Take The Gridiron
Good game Coach' . Cougar
Coach r. Bales congratulates Red
Machine Coach R. Dahlstrom after
their 10 to loss to Red.
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- Front; R. Reyes, a Martens. J. Olton. D. Rivera. C. Benson. J. Shaha,
W. Futtrell. C Banda, L Powell, L Gonzalez: 2nd row: R. Garcia, C. Varies. 1- Castillo.
L Von Hollen, W. Huff, A. Livingston. F. Adams, L konawlcz, F. Gonzalez; 3rd row:
M Roscoe. H. Wilkinson, O. Crouch. S. Pinto. ). Washburn. J. Salinas. J. Salinas, B.
Rowley. J. Lope/. S. M< kec; 4th row: M. Webb, F. Stanford, M Morgan. D. Edwards. B.
Donaldson. G. Tulk. R. Ballasteros, R. Mln, M. Hinds. S. Oakley. Coach Grade, Coach
Bulldogs : 1st: K. Johnston, D, Spraguc, A. Urriola. B. Kemp. K. Clsnerns. k. Williams.
M. Seppy. M Tirado 2nd: J. Zornes. D. Arias. A. Ross. M. Considlne. A. Staton. I.
Novotny, T. tills. T. Hopkins. A. Beach. J. Price. R. Underwood 3rd: A. Gabrielson. S.
Beanie, B. Beach. M Navlcky. J. Lasater. G. Foster, F. Buendia. B. Gamer, O. Herazo. A.
Cooper 4th: Coach Blis, R. Martinez, J. Pownall. 1. Ollvares. D. Sharp. B. Whatley. B.
Swenty. J. Bibbo Back; Coach Martlntv. B. Smiley . W. fcngelke. T. Cook. C. Manlnelll, L
Weade. J. Galvez, R. Sweeney. Coach Williams. Coach Weade.
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Breaking Loose. Tiawan Hopkins
finds room to roam against the
Cougar defensive front.
Found it outl Red Machine full-
back H.B. Twohy hammers it up
inside versus tough Bulldog resis-
The fearsome foursome Green Devils players J. Williford, C. Cook,
W. Reese, and T. Quinn show mixed emotions before a game.
PCC Green Devils- Front: L Lincoln. M Hart. L McGulnness, P. Monoghan. B. Marx.
M, Carroll. M. Frlckson. J. McGulnness: 2nd row: P. Williford. H. Davis. D. Bright. D.
lightell, L Knudson, D. Ortiz. |. Trim, R. Martinez. M. Kuo: 3rd row: K- Bates, a
Underwood. B. Chastain. J. Gonzalez. K, Ilusted, T. Decerega. W. Pohl. J. Staha; 4th row:
Coach Sweeney. T. Ferguson, A. Sosa, M. Buchanan, J. Williford. L Gibson. T. Quinn,
M. Watanabe. Coach Husted
Ralhoa Red Machine - Front: A. Jenkins. C. Corrigan. D. Foster. J. Holzwarth, T. Hicks,
H. Twohy. J. Evans. J. Olivares, J. Bates; 2nd row: M. Nieves. R. Abrego. R. Watanabe.
L Edwards, W. Ortiz. L Longoria. D. Lopez, T. Usera: 3rd row: Coach Dahlstrom. R.
George. R. Askarate, T. Robinson. A. Krapfl. L Perez. C. Ortiz; 4tb row: C. Stokes. B.
Arrhibold. S. Scott. E. Longoria, K. Anderson. J, Loyd, R. Taylor 5th row: Coach
Fahy, K. Lee, A. Cedeno. J. Engelke. R. Gomez, J. Matthews. Coach Grimison
Cheerleading is a
SPORT! If you at-
tended any of the
games this year you saw
some great cheers and terrific
athleticism among the 4
squads. Each team consists
of 8 girls who must have great §
voice projection, flexibility 3
and an enthusiastic spirit, "
Many squads attend cheer
leading camps during the o
summer to leam new cheers J
and new stunts. BHS students, a "
as well as students from PCC
and CuJHS make up the Var-
Sponsor SpiritI Cheerleading
Sponsors Tracy Ferguson and
Kelly Kirby along with Cougar Pep
Club Sponsor, Wanda Carde per-
form a spirit-filled pyramid in sup-
port of their teams.
A slight controversy? Curundu
Cougar and Oreen Devils cheer-
leaders express "their side" with
artistic banners. These banners
were very time-consuming to
FCC Green Devils cheerleaders: M.
Carroll, M. Erickson, M. Hart, L.
McQuinness, B. Marx, and P.
Monaghan, with T. Ferguson
(sponsor) in middle.
Bulldog's have the shoutl Rallying
up the crowd is a big job at the
football Pep Rallies. Here the Bull-
dog cheerleaders fit the bill.
loping for victory. Joy Engelke waits in anticipation for the success of
er team. (Photo by J. Hauser)
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Red Machine Cheerleaders L to R: R. Gomez. K. Lee, W. Winkler, J. En-
gelke, A. Cedeno. T. Kemp and J. Matthews. (Photo by P. Cowles)
Bulldog Cheerleaders: L to R: M. Seppy, K. Williams, D. Sprague, K.
Johnston, A. Urriola. B. Kemp, M. Tirado, center: K. Cisneros. (Photo by
Cougar Cheerleaders: L to R: K. Wilder, J. Diaz, S. Livingston, M. Webb,
D. Bilgray, C. Bottin, M. Nieves, A. Grass. (Photo by J. Hauser)
HOT SHOTS 1993
BHS Basketball Season Slams
Grab that ball! Red Machine and Balboa Bulldogs girls basketball play-
ers fight for the ball during one of their suspenseful games.
Girls Red Machine : S. Cruz, T. Acosta, J. Carr. J. Diaz, M. Dobson, D. Eastman. A.
Gundin. k. Kemp. A. kry nick. L Rojas. E. Santa, L Taylor. V. Spratling. A. Williams. N.
Yano. P. DeLeon, Coach Williams.
Girls Balboa BuUdogs : S. Boykin. J. Hauser. K. Jones, K. Pollen. M Rivera. S.
Sutherland. C. Stanford. S. Beanie. L Cooper. B. Larrabee. K. Nolte. L. Park. S. Skoog. S.
Sears. N. Robinson, Coach Oliver.
Green Devils: F. Broce. D. Brooks. J. Holbrook. R. George. R. Martinez. R. Min, D.
McDade, J. Olton. S. Scott, H. Singh, C. Takacs, L Wheeler. Coach D. Moffitt
Red Machine: O. Aujero. R. Brown. P. Dejanon, E. Garcia. S. Holmes. T. Kaighan, S.
Latorre. B. Martens. M. Mongeon. D. Morris. R. Poggenpohl. A. Tejadad. G. Quiles.
Managers: M. Dobson, J. Montalvo, K. Pierre. Coach: R. Chen
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Girls Curundu Cougars : J. Acker. G. West, M. Higgins, P. Kirkpatrick, S. Bibbo, J.
Emest. K. Larrabee. M Ro)as. M. Tavares. A. Higley. S. .^tadillas. J. Posey. J. Hauser.
V. Scon. J. Penkoske. M. Versalles. Coach Moffitt.
Bulldogs : I. Acosta, M. Banks. J. Bibbo. J. Castano. S. Gillespie. C. Hall. J. Holzwarth. M.
Mongeon. J. Husband. J. Ragsdale. F. Rolon. S. Sharp. K. Smith, F Walrond.
Managers:T. Arrocho. D. Clarke. G. Velez. Coach: C. Oliver
Girls Green Devils : K. Holmes. C. Stevenson. C. Washington. D. Camps. C. Collins, Y.
Crichlaw. A. Ernest, A. Fry, D. Garcia. M. Hall, A. Mendez. M. Rodriguez. G. Verez. M.
Womble, M. Renfro, Coach Shulte.
Cougars: F. Adams. M Buchanan. W. Carr. H. Davis. V. Duncan. A. Feliu. L. Fields. E
Gonzalez. V. Guillen. C. Lozada, S. McCauliffe. J. Merz. R. Morgan. J. Price. J. Qulnn, J.
Skinner, J. Thompson. Coach: R. Reyes
all photos by M- Schulz
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Red Machine: BHS students listed only: S. Beattie. M. Cantu, M. Davis. A. Ernest. J.
Hauser. V. Herrera, K. lonnston. A. kinghom. R. Kinghom. N. Nieves. J. Pownall. 1111
Pownall, M. Tirado. Coach M. Stump, Asst. A. Beach
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"Kickin' itl" Paula Monaghan fights to the finish against Alexis Vidaurri.
This game pitted both Cougar teams against each other.
Devils: BHS students listed only: C. Bourdeau. R. Gorman. A. Grass. D. Grajales, A.
Guerrero. K. Lee, L Lincoln, B. Marx, R. McArry, B. McArry. C. Rivera, k. Rizzo. L.
Rojas, M. Steinbarger, K. Wilder, M. Womble. Coaches: R. Koechlein and A. Bemasconi
W ' ' r-.oiO'^ «"'■! ~:nui'>' ^r ^ _0
Cougars - Black: BHS students listed only: S. Johnson. S. Sears, S. Skoog, J. Diaz. B.
Larrabee. P. Monaghan. A. Watanabe. A. Gundin. V. Spratling. Coach M. Robenson
Cougars - Gold: BHS Students listed only: M. Berrios. M. Ceballos. V. Sanchez. J.
Weedin. A. Vidaurri. \V. Winkler. T. Cordoba, k. Manning. J. Robinson. A. Spurlock.
Coach: D. Kinghom
Bulldogs : BHS students listed only: E. Arosemena. J.B. Balbastro, J. Berger. D. Bingham.
T. Bingham. D. Camp. F. Carrola. A. Cedeno. K. Cowes. L. Cuthbert. C. Derry. W.
Engelke. k. Kemp. NL Martinez. A. Marx. J. Matthews. J. McGuinness. k. Montague. J.
Posey, J. Quinlan. D. Sprague. A. I'rriola. P. WUliford. Coach: C. Williams
Track And Field Heats Up
Pow! As the gunfire explodes
into the air, you take off as
fast as your sore feet can
take you. You know this is
the last game of the season, and the
pressure is on for you to bring your
team to number one. All you have to
do is win. Your team members did
their part, now it's your turn to do
yours. As you feel the air speed past
you, the environment around you
feels like a vacuum. You see the fin-
ish line approaching up ahead and
you slightly lose speed. However, you
force yourself to the end, with the
others slowing behind you. You pass
the line with one last effort and start
to slow down with a smile as you
catch your breath. Your destiny is
now complete as victory is yours.
Approaching the finish line. BMS student Gi-
ana Daniel fights to finish the hurdle race
against two CuJHS students. Daniel is in the
Mope I make itl Pushing himself to the limit,
Riuw Watanabe, slices through the air as he
makes it up over the bar for the high jump.
Track team members of BHS (in alphabetical order): A Abrego. A. Agront. A. Alrd. R. Anderson. J. Atherty. A. Ausdn. R. Blount. B-
Chastaln. S. Chocohed. J. Christopherson. C Collins. C. Cook. L. Cooper, J. Corrala. S Davis. P. DeLeon, w. Delgado. J. Evans, B
Fernandez, L. Trias. J. Oalvez, L. Gonzales. D Ooodno. J. Outlerrez. A. Mlgley. IV Husted, L. Lopez. C. MartlnelH, A. Miranda. Q.
nevin. L. Oltvares. D. Ortiz, L. Pena. D. Pettlford, A. Renfro. T. Roach, c. Robinson. M. Rosales. D. Santiago. D. Sprague. E. Sun-
ford. R. Sweeney. J. Trim, M. Tunon. C ward, R. watanabe. M. Yamashlui. n. Yano.
Photo by B. Weedin
Taking It easy during a track and field
meet. Joe Gutierrez and company catch their
breath before competing in another event.
Strenuous moment. Using all his power to
move forward. Wilfredo Delgado grasps the ba-
ton and concentrates on the win he hopes to
achieve for the Balboa Red Machine.
The Boys' Battle-One On One
SwooshI Peter Norman swings for the "invisible" ball.
BoingI Cougar player Rajesh Nandwani uses his energy to jump up and
hit a high ball coming his way.
Swing that thingl With fancy body language. Waller Fernandez uses
what's left of his daily strength to strike the ball to the opponent.
Balboa Bulldogs: R. Mitchell, J. Castaneda, J. Ohman, J. Ely, M. Erroz, J. Green Devils: J. McNulty, J. Busquets, F. Maduro. R. McGuiness, I. Dil-
Miller. R. Nolan, S. Golembiewski, P. Norman, J. Henriquez. Mr. Higley Ion, S. Williams, F. Geary, C. Tapanes, M. McKay, M. Watanabe, M. Robi-
(coach). son, Mr. DeJanon (coach).
Curudu Cougars: P. Littrell, J. Hoffman, L. Llach, G. Fernandez, R. Hand- Red Machine: R. Domenech, J. Norman, J. Pohl, A. Vioguari, B. Walker,
wani, G. Bacot, W. Fernandez, R. Garcia, C. Hovan, R. Samson, Mr. M. Chase, E. Corsbie, D. Norman, J. Gonzalez, B. Mills, R. Rodarte, R.
Schulte (coach). Salterio, R. Sweeney, M. Bleichwell. J. Castaneda, Mr. Holt (coach).
Aim High. Richard Nolan prepares to serve the ball over the net with dy-
namic power. Sometimes a serve can be the most crucial part in winning
a tennis match.
Congratulations! Peter Norman and Walter Fernandez receive trophies
from Coach Higley as Coach Holt looks on.
Get Down. Michael Chase reaches for a low ball in order to save his
game against the opposing player.
"Fly like an eagle-to the sea . " Pulling h
self forward with a strong breast stroke, R;
Sweeney swims through the water with gr
SIM ISH SPLASH
Swim Teams Take A "Bath" In The Tropics
Gearing upl Before plunging into the waters of
the Balboa pool, Karen Kemp attempts to
strap on her goggles so that she can see
clearly while she swims.
swim Team: front: M. Oura, T. Valdilles, R.
Heard, K. Kemp, H. Thompson, T. Bingham, M.
Bateman, K. Holihan. 2nd: N. Beech, L. Beech,
S. Petersen, S. Skoog, S. Sears, M. Kelly. B.
Hoover, 3rd: M. Henning, R. Nandwani, A.
Boyko, F. Able, A. Page, J. Ely, B. Vanairsdale,
I. Rodriguez, L. Ochoa, 4th: Coach Sweeney, Q.
Higgins, J. Ortiz, R. Sweeney. R. Long, J. Wahl,
J. Gordon. Mot in photo: D. Taylor, M. Seppy, A.
Alvardo, M. Chapman, R. McArty
Soaring above cool waters . . . to later dive
swiftly in the water, J. Gordon, practices a back
dive in hopes of creating a small splash.
Jessica Abril Staha
Michelle Angelique Kuo
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You've come a long way, Babies! YouVe produced a great yearbook!
Cherish your fond memories and have a successful future.
Two are better than one; because they have a good reward for their labour.
For if they fall, the one will lift up his fellow: but woe to him that is alone
when he falleth; for he hath not another to help him up. Ecc: 4:9-10
Love: Mom, Dad, Justin & Jared
Love: Mom, Dad, Franz & Ian
Elisa M. Rojas
We are so very proud of
all your accomplishments.
May life bring all the
blessings of continued
success, good health,
patience, love and peace.
We love you!
Mom, Dad and Melanie
Thank you for all the
wonderful years we've
spent together. I've
always looked up to you
and I'm extremely proud
to say you're my sister. I
know your charming
personality will get you
far in life. I love you
The ones that cheer you up when
you're down. The ones you have
fun with just hangin' around.
There's a bond between you that
is very tight. There's a bond
between you that can't be broken
cause of a stupid fight. The bond
will stay tight from the good
times you've had, because the
bond is special. You've endured
the rough times and the bad, after
graduation you'll go your separate
ways. Because of the bond, your
friendship will stay tight through
the days. You'll meet once again
on some other special day, and
the friendship will still be there.
Cause the bond will not change.
Much Love and God Bless.
Lisa, Anyse, 8i Nayda
Thanks to our family and friends
for all your love and support.
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We're best of friends who trust each
other so much, We're happiest
within the range of each other's
touch, The good times we've had
together outweigh the bad, The
feelings for each other are unlike
feelings we've ever had, When things
go wrong, our love will pull us
through, To make things go right,
we'll do whatever we have to do, We
care about each other so much, which
we should never forget, Because the
feelings we have for each other some
people never get.
Thanks to our family and
friends for all of your love and
support through our High
School years. Take care and God
Bless. Much love, Anyse & Peter
We're so proud of you and are
with you always!
May your future be filled with
love and happiness.
To our Dearest Daughter and
Sister with Much Love From:
Moma, Dad, Michael John,
Danny & Jonathan
The rainbow is made of six colors.
The colors are purple, red, orange,
yellow, green, and blue.
Purple denotes royalty and
queenliness. Red is power and
Orange is firey and unusual.
Yellow is brilliant and radiant.
Green is lush and can be expensive.
Blue denotes softness and
tranquility. Like the rainbow, Anyse
has brought into our lives a beauty
that is all encompassing. Among
other things, she has brought joy,
challenge, radiance, and happiness
into our family for the past 1 7
years. God gave the world the
rainbow as a promise of a bright
future. Anyse symbolizes a rainbow
in our family. Here is to our
rainbow, may our Lord Jesus shower
her with much joy, happiness, and
many wonderful challenges.
May our Lord Jesus continue to
shower you with His many blessings.
Dios te bendiga! Love you mucho!
Mom, Dad, Tammie, Alan, and your
Grandparents. John 1 5: 1-17
Philippians 4: 6-7
You have given me great happiness
you are such a delight in my life.
I wish you the best,
Jesse and Bryan
Jesse, Lisa, Nicole
John E. Thompson Jr.
May you always
ride the crest on
the wave of life
We are so proud of you.
All our love. Dad, Mom, Kim & Shotzie
H.B. and CHRIS
Congratulations to our "All Isthmian" RED MACHINE
mini-duo who always displayed tenacious fight
and maxi heart!
Vou both haue always been and will continue to always
be "Rll-Rmericans" in our hearts and souls!
So, GO RLL THE WRY, you guys,
RLL THE UJRRRY!
Mom, Dad & Kara Mom, Dad & Colleen
The Rest of Your Entire Family
£EST WISHES TO OUR
GRADUATING RED MACHINE SENIORS
AND THE CLASS of 1994
Roberto Abrego (34)
Arthur Kraphl 63)
Chris Corrigan (15)
Jaime Evans (31)
Joe Olivares (32)
Shawn Scott (73)
Roberto Georqe (55)
Riew Wantanabe (17)
Joe Gutierrez (26)
Tony Usera (53)
Efrain Sanchez (62)
FROM YOUR RED MACHINE FAMILY
GO DIG RED/
Andrea Denise Brandenburg
You've always been special to us.
We're proud of you and
We Love You!
Mom, Dad, Kevin and Cristina
Ronald Joseph Qarrido
This is only the beginning. Good luck in whatever you
decide to do and may you always be happy.
God Bless You. Love, Dad, Mom, and Lydia Denise
Rebecca Lea Heard
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Congratulations and much love
from your family.
The father of the righteous shall
greatly rejoice: and he that be-
getteth a wise child shall have joy
of him. Thy father and thy mother
shall be glad, and she that bare
thee Shall rejoice. Proverbs 23:24-25
Were so proud of you!
Love you, Mom, Dad, and Devon
Go the distance. For the Lord shall be thy confidence.
Love Always, Your Families
Tum around and you're tiny
Turn around and you're grown
Mom & Dad
I always knew I'd look
Back on my tears with
But I never thought
I'd look back on my
Laughter with tears.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF '94
Congra tula tions!
We're so proud of you and we love you.
Mom, Dad, Jean-Paul & Marie
Take delight in the Lord and
may He guide you
towards a bright future.
Congratulations to our
daughter and sister.
We love you,
Mom, Dad, Camille, and Ralph
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For all that you were, are, and will become ... We will always be proud of you.
Reach for the Stars! Love, Mami, Daddy, & Fluff
Vanessa Emir Hernandez Hill
Mom, Dad, Ata, Dave, Mayra
You watched me metamorphose right before your eyes, You heard me sing my
praises to our Lord up in the skies. You saw me contemplating the rainforest
in the breeze, you heard my laughter echo down the halls and 'round the trees.
You listened to my worries, my concerns, my needs, my fears, you were there
to hold me close and wipe away my painful tears. You smiled and acted
proudly all the times I did succeed; and when I tried, but missed the mark,
you understood indeed. You saw the beauty in me even though the world was
blind, you looked beyond the obvious what mattered was my mind. Tiny drops
from each of you have made me who I am, I thank the Lord above for you and
all His love, Amen.
Tyler Qo&s Quinn
Travelling the curious and intriguing roads through life with you, Oh,
what a journey it indeed has been. Soon you must leave and journey
forth, miss you we dearly will. But the pride and happiness in our
hearts to have journeyed through life with you, and to watch you
travel on. Tremendous is the love for you within our hearts!
Love, Mom, Dad, and of course, Pook
In what seems a very short
period of time you have
grown from a robust little
boy full of energy to a
vibrant young man with the
heart of a lion. As you seek
additional challenges and
set new goals for your
future, remember to main-
tain your priorities- God,
Mom, Dad & Renee
We are proud of the person you have grown up to be
You were brought into this world a beautiful little boy born to love who would one day
grow up to be a confidant young man full of love. We tried to teach you important
values and morals. We tried to show you how to be strong, honest and gentle. We tried
to explain to you why you need to set and achieve your own goals. We tried to show you
the importance of being independent and confident. We tried to express the need to
reach out to people. We tried to demonstrate the extreme importance of family and we
tried everyday to set an example that you could look up to, though we are sure that we
failed to do this at times. But one thing that we have always done and will continue to
do forever is to be very proud of you and to appreciate, support, and love you and to be
there for you whenever you need us, our #1 son.
With love, Dad, Mom, Sunshine and Tek, Chico, Lucy, Olo and the turtles.
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you always find
wonder and beauty
and bring joy to others
Mom and Bad
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Nayda, my daughter, my friend; my confidant.
The most beautiful present God has given me to brighten my life.
We Love You. Mom, Dad, Robert, and Bart.
Kimberly Yvonne Lee
Migdalia Lineth Castro
Christine Emily Lively
Cherish the memories of all the times we've shared
Good luck Class of 1994!
From the first grade
in Germany, to the
last grade in Panama
and many other
places in between, You
have always been a
I'm proud of you.
P 4 ^
Dad, Maribel, Ivan & Kim
HEATHER ALISSA THOMPSON
JHMIJ*; ANN SZYMANSKI
This is dedicated to
the one I love.''
You have made a
family tradition at
Balboa High School
Mom & Dad
March 29, 1977-
You will always be loved. Holly-n-Ronnie=Friends Forever.
CLASS OF TOO I
IX FRANK P. ALBROOK
TAT I ANA
"There are those who pass like ships in the night, "who
meet for a moment, then sail out of sight with never a
backwards glance of regret, folks we know briefly then
quickly forget. Then there are friends who sail together
through quiet waters and stormy weather helping each
other through joy and through strife. And they are the
kind who give meaning to life "
5 X' '
Dinorath P. Grajales
Jessica A. Staha
Maria E. Aleman
Able, Floyd A. II 80,
Abrego, Roberto A.
34, 134, 151
Acevedo, Juan P.
Acosta, Ivan G.60,
Acosta, Richard G.
Acosta, Steven A.
Acosta, Tanya Y.
Adams, Frederik A.
60, 125. 129
Agront, Abraham III
Aird, Anthony L.34,
Aird, Nadia A. 60
Aleman, Maria E.G.
6, 34, 126
Allen, Leah34, 128,
Alvarado, Andrea E.
13,34, 127, 128,
Anderson, Enjoli T.
Anderson, Kenia G.
Anderson, Sara B.
T 60, 134
Antonis, Tina 80
Aramayo, Marielle C.
Arana, Juan C.80
Archer, Walford L. Ill
Arias, Donovan J.
Arnold, Edna P.74
Arnold, Karl S.34
Arnold, Liza E.80
60, 125, 126, 127
Atherley, Janelle M.
Aujero, Oscar R.
Bacot, Gabriel J.
Bacot, Tanya M.
60, 125, 127
Banda, Cesar A.
60, 134, 135
Banks, Michael T.
Banks, Natasha N.
Barnett, Andrea N.
Barrett, Brandon M.
Barton, Jason P.
Bateman, Mylissa L.
Bates, Johnny E.
Batista, Damaris J.
34, 125, 134
34, 125, 127, 137
Beach, Adam P.
34,84, 128, 129,
Beattie, Sarah E.
8, 58, 60, 76, 77,
Beitia, Daniel 34
Bennett, Toybe I.
Berger, Jessie R.
6, 60, 125
Berrios, Noelia81 ,
Bibbo, Joseph P.
Bilgray, Dawn E.
Blades, Noel P.61 ,
Blades, Samaris K.
Blanchette, Jan M.
Blenman, Ricardo M.
Blount, R. 134, 151
Bonilla, Myriam E.
Bonnick, Anasha K.
123, 127, 128
Boozer, Tara A. 81
Bottin, Rachel8, 9,
Bottin, Walter A.
Bottin, Walter C.
Bourbeau, Carole M.
Boyd, Joaquin A.
61, 117, 124
Boyko, Adam R.
61, 115, 127, 130,
Boyle, Michael E.
drea D. . 35, 166
Brayton, Ross E.
P. .61, 129, 134
Britton, Bethany R.
Broce, Fermin 1. 35
Brooks, Deron D.
Brown, Robert L.
Brown, Victor E. Jr.
Brunner, Holly K.
Burger, David A. Jr.
Burress, Stacy V.
Butler, Damien G.
Ricardo A 61
Campbell, Randy G.
Cantu, Magdaline C.
A.22, 35, 114, 127,
Carde, Edwin Jr.
Carlson, Elliot61 ,
S. ...81,87, 126
Carr, Walter S.62
Carrau, Rafael H. Jr.
Carrola, Jason R.
Carroll, Meghan A.
Castillo, Carlo M.
Castro, Michael R.
Castro, Migdalia L.
18,35, 124, 179
Ceballos, Marjorie A.
Cedeno, Andrea L
Chang, Itzel N.36
Chang, Raul62, 134,
L 81, 154
Charleville, N.D. Ill
36, 130, 134
Chase, Michael J.
62, 127, 129
Chastain, Bruce A.
29,36, 124, 142,
Chastain, Hunter G.
Choi, David Tae-
Sung36, 114, 127
81, 134, 151
58,62, 122, 151
Church, David M.
Church, Marc L.81
Ciceraro, Joshua J.
Clark, Martha O.
Clarke, Dounia P.
Cleveland, H.E. Jr.
Clinton, Stacy J.
Coffey, Chelsea M.
36,49, 123, 127,
Collins, Choi E.36,
123, 126, 136, 151
Collins, Michelle L
5, 62, 127, 139
Colon, Guarionex R.
J 82, 123
M 36, 126
Cook, C. 145, 151
Cooksey, Anthony V.
J. ..62, 134, 135
Cooper, Glenda A.
Cooper, Lesley D.
62, 128, 151
Cooper, Melanie E.
62, 116, 128
Corbett, Virginia E.
Cordoba, Tarina B.
Corona, Carrie A.
Coronado, Julio C.
Corrigan, C. D.36,
127, 130, 164
Corsbie, Ethan R.
82, 92, 134
Cover, Monique E.
Cowger, Matthew J.
Cowling, Lola L.82,
Crespo, James D.
Crocker, Brackett S.
Crouch, Chad A.
Crouch, Olin J. 63
Crowder, Javelle N.
Cruz, Alvaro R.37
Cruz, Angel82, 135
Cuthbert, Laura J.
Daily, Stephen J.
Daniel, Giana M.
63, 134, 146, 150
Darnell, S. 128, 129
Davis, Henry B.63
Davis, Melissa A.
Davis, Sarah E.63
Davis, Susanna P.
De Janon, Paul63
De La Guardia, F.A.
De La Guardia, Ivan
A. .37, 130, 140
Del Cid, D. Jr.82,
Del Hoyo, Cristina
M.37, 124, 130, 134,
Del Real, Carlos A.
Deleon, Carlos E.
Delgado, Wi If redo
37, 128, 151
Diaz, Joanna D.63,
127, 131, 147
Dillon, Ian H. 63
Dobson, Michele A.
Domenech, Jason L.
Doughty, Susan M.
Duncan, V. ...82
Edwards, Laura A.
Edwards, Paul F.
63, 126, 129, 134
Ellingsen, Jerry L
Ellingsen, Raylene J.
Elliot, Mark R.82
Ely, Jason P.83, 95,
Engelke, Joy L.64,
Engelke, Wilma E.
L 83, 129
Erder, Amanda R.
Erickson, Melinda S.
Ernest, Audrey E.
Erroz, Miguel A.83
Espina, Vincent A.
Espina, Y.A. .64
83, 1 22
Estill, Christine E.
Evans, Jaime L.37,
Fairchild, James R.
Farris, Tara A.83,
Faye, Kristin M.64,
Ferguson, Arnold G.
29,37, 125, 126,
Fernandus, Byron A.
Fischbach, Paul Jr.
Fisher, Michael C.
37, 112, 127, 129
Flagg, Kendall D.
83, 134, 135
Foster, David E.
Foster, Gary. 64
Foumier, Kevin R.
Fowler, Eric 0.64,
Frank, Nicole A. 64,
Frias, Luis A.38,
Fry, Amy Marie64
Fulsom, Howard W.
Gale, Joshua R.
Galvez, Jorge E.
64, 135, 151
Ganziano, Susan A.
Garcia, Carlos A.
Garcia, Daniel E.
Garcia, Edwin H.
Garnett, Sonya L.
Garrido, Ronald J.
Gaslin, Michele R.
Geary, Frank J.83,
George, Roberto E.
Gifford, Erica L.83,
124, 129, 130
Giles, Juan K.83
Gillespie, Sukino D.
Gills, Joel A. .83
Gilmore, Elsie Y.
Gittens, Diva M.38
Gittens, Vielka M.
Glotzer, Louis D.
84, 96 '
Shawn C.38, 131
Gomez, Carlos D.
Gomez, Rachel E.
8,9, 18,65, 128,
Gonzalez, Jose L.
Gonzalez, Jose R.
Gonzalez, Luis J.
Goodno, April L
38, 123, 170
Goodno, David D.
38, 138, 151, 170
Gordon, Darryl O.
Gorman, John M. Jr.
84, 135, 154
M 65, 134
Graber, Amanda L.
Grajales, Dinorath P.
38, 124, 125, 126,
Grant, Zovek 1. 84
Grass, Amanda S.
Green, Colleen L.
Greene, Angie L
Griffin, Emil S.38
Guerra, Carla V.
38, 125, 127, 128,
Guerra, Carol V.
85, 128, 137
Guerrero, Ana Maria
Gutierrez, Alvaro E.
Gutierrez, Edwin O.
Gutierrez, Joe A.
39, 134, 151
Gutierrez, Rosa E.
Hall, Cordova D.
Hall, Michele M.85
Hamilton, Aaron P.
Hamilton, Amy S.
Hamilton, Chuck K.
Hanna, Daniel D.
Hannah, Jennifer R.
Harris, Michael A.
Hart, Melissa G.
Harvey, Jennifer A.
Hauser, Jill M.58,
65, 76, 77, 127, 129,
Hay, Tommy N.85,
Heard, Rebecca L
18,39,49, 120, 123,
127, 154, 167
Henderson, Erica R.
Henning, Michael W. Hopkins, Shameca
85,154 L 86
Henriquez, John J. Hopkins, Tiawuan D.
39 84, 86, 134, 144
Hernandez, Ana R. Huddleston, Trevor
85 B 39, 120
Hernandez, E. Jr. Hudson, Yaiseth A.
65, 117, 130, 131 66, 76, 125, 126,
Hernandez, V.O. Jr. 127
39,134 Huff, William B. Ill
Hernandez, Vanessa 66, 116
E.11,39, 123, 124, Humo, Amir. .39
127, 128, 173 Huntington, R.C. IV
Herrera, Juan F. 86
65 Hurst, Gregory122
Herrera, Yenefer E. Husband, Jessie
Herring, Conan M. Husted, Kyle B.78,
Hert, Maria V.39,
125, 126, 127, 134
Heumphreus, Dustin w
Hicks, Deontra L. Jackson, Angel N.
85 66, 74
Higgins, Garth E. James, Shondre M.
Higley, Abby F.85, Jeffrey, Hector A.
Higley, James L. Jr. Jemmott, Kirk A.
Hignett, Paul F.66 Jenkins, Heather M.
Hinds, Marco A.85 86,131
Hinkle, William29, Jeong, Dong-Oun
Holbrook, Jacob E. Jimenez, Coralia D.
85 86, 122, 128
Holder, Brandy M. Jimenez, Gresmari
39 j 86,134
Holihan, Kimberly J. Johnson, Fernando
66,154 j 66
Holmes, Shannon Johnson, Shannon
W 22,39 M 86,129
Holzwarth, Jared L Johnston, Katharine
85 C 86,147
Hoover, Barbara Jordan, Juanita A.
128, 134, 154 40
Juliao, Luis A.48
Jurado, Lorena M.
Karst, Paul S.86
Keene, A. ...134
Keith, Kelvin M.86
Kelly, Lanette L.
Kelly, Meghan J.
10,40, 124, 127,
Kelly, Sharol K.40,
Kemp, Bonnie M.
66, 125, 126, 129,
Kemp, Karen L.66,
127, 154, 182
Kemp, Teralee R.
40, 127, 147, 182
Kinard, Robert P.
J. ..40, 123, 127
Kinghorn, Rachel J.
Kirkpatrick, A. L.66,
Knisley, Jeanette Y.
Knudson, Erik M.
Kostelny, Bradley J.
Krapfl, Arthur R. Jr.
Krynicki, Amy L
Kuo, Franz G. 67,
127, 130, 133
Kuo, Michelle A.
40, 125, 127, 128,
La Placa, Daniel G.
Lampas, Carlos E.
Lantry, Dilia .67
Lantry, James T.
10,40, 130, 135
Larrabee, Beth A.
Lasater, Jon. 86
Latorre, Sergio E.
Lee, Karen J.40, 124
Lee, Kimberly Y.
40, 147, 179
Lee, Ren-Kai86, 134
Legate, Naomi S.
Leggett, Shannon Y.
Levier, Aaron R.
Lighten, Daniel B.
Lim, Mary Ann87,
Lincoln, Lucia A.
Littrell, Michylle L.
Lively, Christine E.
40, 124, 179
Livingston, A.L. Ill
Llach, Tatianal , 40,
Lloyd, Michelle M.
1,67, 122, 134
Long, Rahul D. 40,
Longoria, Ernesto S.
Lopez, Jesse 74
Lopez, Joel .41
Lopez, Joseph P.
5, 67, 123, 131
Lou, Cesar O. 48
Lowry, Scott A. 41
Lozano, Luis R. 41
Lugo, Bran N. 41
Luttrell, William J. 41
Mackey, Heather R.
Madsen, Nils D. 87
Madura, Christine M.
Manning, Karina E.
Marotta, Jesse P.
Marribitt, Ami L.41
Martens, Vernon P.
Martin, Kenneth R.
Martinelli, Carlos H.
Martinez, Juan C.
Martinez, Mia M.
Martinez, Raul M.
Marx, Angela M. 41 ,
49, 123, 125, 130
Marx, Brandyn D.
68,77, 124, 135,
Mason, Chanda I.
Matheney, Audra A.
41, 157, 161
Matthews, Julia M.
19,78,124, 142, 147
Mattocks, George F.
Maxwell, Hillary A.
87,95, 122, 129
Mayers, Rashida N.
McAllister, Tiffany D.
McArty, Katharine R.
McArty, Marie B.
McArty, Renee A.
68, 135, 154
McComsey, Erika A.
McDade, Doctorre J.
McGuinness, R. Ill
McKay, Milton41 ,
McKay, Robert Jr.
McKee, Scott G.
68, 127, 129
McKelphin, W.R. Jr.
McKelvey, Wendi M.
McKeon, Patricia E.
Medina, Joseph 88
Medina, Kelvin M.
Mendez, April M.
Merkel, Stacey A.
Meyer, Karen D.
42, 125, 126, 135
Michie, Matthew I.
Miller, John M. Jr.
69, 126, 129, 136
Miller, Nichelle M.
Mills, Brian A. 88
Min, Ryan B. 69, 134
Minske, Brandon A.
Miranda, Antonio L.
Mishra, Vandana 69
Monaghan, Carla M.
Monaghan, Paula M.
69, 146, 149
Mongeon, Matt I.
Montagne, Karin A.
69, 127, 134, 135
42, 124, 138
issa R. 88,122
Moore, William T.
Morales, Jilmar J.
69, 129, 134
Moran, Nishawne J.
42, 128, 146
Moreno, Aneris 69
Morgan, Ricardo A.
Morris, Kenneth H.
Morris, Marissa S.
42, 114, 115, 131
Myers, Kimberlyn L.
Myrick, Brent A.69,
89, 128, 129, 140
Nandwani, Rajesh U
69, 124, 127, 154
Nassiff, Nicole M.
42, 124, 127
Nathan, Nakisha M.
69, 123, 127
Neal, Jonathan T.
Nevin, Gregory S.
42, 129, 151
Nicholls, Wesley A.
Nieves, Nayda J.
8,9, 18,42, 126,
129, 147, 157
Nolan, Richard T.
Nolte, Khristine D.
Norman, Daniel A.
58, 70, 77, 127
Norman, Peter J.
Novotny, Joseph T.
Nunez, Alicia 74
Nunez, Haydee T.
O'Keefe, John R.
89, 134, 135
Ohman, Jason E.
Olivares, Eliecer L.
Olivares, Joseph J.
Ollendick, Henry O.
Olton, Jaird L.89
Orillac, Alberto E.
Ortez, Steven T. 89
Ortiz, Agustin J. 70,
Ortiz, Daniel A. 70,
Ortiz, Jose A. 70,
Ortiz, Tanja M. 43
Ortiz, William 70
Ostrander, Ruth- Ann
Oura, Midori43, 154
Owens, Raymond M.
Pace, David M. 70
Page, Andrew H.
70, 127, 130, 154
Palacio, Juan C.
Pantone, Joseph 89
Park, Lori A. 89
Park, Nathaniel 89,
Parker, Maria E. 89
Pedersen, Jean P.
Pena, Leonardo 89,
Pena, Yaixa L 89
Perez, Cristobal S.
Petersen, Sarah L.
89,129, 130, 154
Pettiford, D.A. Jr.
Phelps, Shanna M.
Phillips, Jeanelly R.
Pierce, Brian E. 43
Pierce, Thaddeus B.
Pinto, Sergio Jr. 90
Plasencia, Lisa M.
Pohl, William H. 43,
Poore, Theresa 90,
Posey, Jane M. 71 ,
124, 126, 127, 131
Poveda, Carlos A.
Pownall, Jennifer L
20, 43, 27
Pownall, Jill E. 71,
Price, Jerome O.
Prof is, Nicole LK.
43, 123, 172
Quintan, Jessica D.
71, 115, 123, 127,
Quinn, Tyler R. 48,
127, 145, 174
Ragsdale, Jimmy L
Ramos, Juan A. 71
Ratliff, Heidi M. 44
Reese, Wilbert 71 ,
126, 134, 145
Renfro, Alexander I.
90, 134, 151
Reyes, Robert F. 9,
18,44, 124, 136,142
Ricketts, Erika D.
Riley, Christopher J.
Rines, Latoya T.
Rivas, Bill A. 90
Rivas, Frank A. 90,
Rivas, Peter A. Ill
Rivera, Carlos J. 90
Rivera, Carmen E.
44, 124, 128
Rivera, Maria I. 90,
Rivera, Praxedes 71
Rizzo, Karina Y. 90
Roach, Jeniffer L.
Robbins, Amanda N.
29,87,90, 122, 126
Roberts, Todd R. 71
Robertson, Lucas P.
71, 124, 127
M 44, 124
Roca, Patricio S.D.
Rodarte, Raul 71
Rodriguez, Felix H.
K 44, 128
Rodriguez, Maria j.
I. 90, 134
127, 134, 154
Rojas, Elisa M. 28,
44, 123, 124, 127,
129, 156, 157
Rojo Tirzo, D.71
Rolon, Fidel 6, 44,
Romagnoli, Ingrid L
Concepcion, J. 71
Roner, Helmut F.
Roscoe, Mark D.
Roubik, Cascade D.
Rowley, Brian T
45, 124, 142
Rowley, Derek D.
Rowley, Melanie A.
Royo, Carlos E. 71 ,
Ryley, Shane P.
Salterio, Ricardo A.
Sanchez, Efrain E.
Sanchez, Vanessa I.
90, 96, 134
Santa, Eileen J. 72,
124, 125, 127
Santiago, Dennis E.
Santiago, Larua 72
Santiago, Vivian M.
Santos, Karen M.
Schulz, Marie A. 45,
126, 127, 130, 137
Scott, Shawn K. 45
Scribner, Samuel H.
Scruggs, Hugh F. Jr.
Sears, Shauna J.
91, 130, 131, 141,
Seppy, Morgan 45,
112, 127, 131, 147,
Severson, Tiffany R.
91, 122, 129, 130
Seybold, Rachelle N.
Shaha, Joseph W.
Sharp, Stephen L.
Shaw, Tanaiya R.
Sherry, Anna L. 45,
Shie, Amy C. 45
Shorter, William D.
72, 130, 131
Showers, Tabitha R.
Silvera, Marioly M.
Silvera, Teodulo III
Singh, Harnan K.
Singleton, Tracie L.
Sirias, Isbel A. 72
Skinner, Jamal S.
Skoog, Stacey M.
Small, ErikaE. 124,
Smiley, Brent A.
Smith, Benjamin D.
Smith, Henry F. 129
Smith, Kenneth J.
Smith, Leovihilda A.
72, 127, 134, 135
Sokol, Hemda M.
72, 125, 137
Solis, Abdiel E. 91
Sordini, Christina M.
Sosa, Alejandro A.
Jr.. 72, 126, 127
Souffront, CM. 46,
Souffront, Marie A.
92, 125, 129, 137
Speir, Eric J. 92, 129
Spencer, Evelyn J.
Sprague, Devon V.
Sprague, Drake H.
18,46, 127, 151,
Spratling, Valerye M.
46, 124, 127
Staha, Jessica A.
8,9,46, 124, 127,
128, 132, 137
Stanford, Eddie G.
46, 151, 169
Starks, Robinn R.
Sterf, Crystal S. 46
Stewart, Renee H.
46, 126, 139
Stewart, Richelle H.
Stokes, Charles P.
Sweeney, Ryan A.
78,92, 151, 154
Swenty, Brian M
46, 124, 127
Swistak, Brandon J.
Sylvester, Alyson M.
Syrdahl, Kari M. 46,
A. .46, 133, 182
Tapanes, Carlos M.
46, 125, 134, 135
Tapia, Sebastian F.
Tate, Johanna N.
Taylor, Damian P.
Tejada, Adrian M.
Tenturier, Tasha T.
Thompson, Jesse C.
Ill 47, 134
Thompson, John E.
Jr 47, 163
Tirado, Michelle D.
Tola, Martha S. 73
Torres, Jason L.
Traylor, La Quinta S.
Trim, John D.92, 151
Truesdale, Rory S.
Trusty, Joyce M.
Tulk, Gregory 73,
Tunon, Manuel A.
Tunon, Marcia 47,
Twohy, Henry B. Ill
9,47, 144, 164
Uhorchak, Vanessa .
47, 124, 127
Ullrich, Jennifer L.
25,47, 123, 127
Ullrich, Josephine L.
Unger, Shem D. 47,
123, 124, 127, 130
Urriola, Annelle 73,
124, 126, 127, 147
Usera, Anthony C.
11, 115, 124, 127,
Valdes, Carlos J. 73
Valdes, Juan G. 93,
Valdilles, Tabitha I.
W.73, 127, 136, 154
Vangas, Angela R.
Vasquez, Mildred A.
Vega, Roy E. 93,
Vega, Yamileth E.
Velez, Gloria 73
Vergara, Luis F. 73
Versailles, M.C. 47,
Vidaurri, Alexis S.
73, 1126, 127, 130,
Vidinha, Andrew H.
Vogel, Louis M. 93
Von Hollen, Lance
C. .47, 124, 175
Wagner, Indira M.
93, 129, 131
Wagstaff, Franco E.
Wahl, JohnD. 93,
Walrond, S.F. Jr.
Ward, Jemail D. 93
Ward, Shevone D.
Watanabe, Aki 73,
Watson, Emil A. 93,
Webb, M. 147
A 93, 112
Wells, Kristina L
Wheeler, Leo W. 93
White, Kelly L. 93,
Wilder, Katharine L
18,73, 127, 147
Wiley, Rasheem A.
Williams, Donald T.
Williams, K. 147
Williford, Patricia M.
Wing, William P. Jr.
Winkler, Daisy W.
58,94, 124, 142,147
Lee 94,96, 128,
Wolf, Jaime 48
Wolf, Raquel I. 48
Womble, Michelle T.
Wright, Jonathan O.
Wu, Austin 48
Wu, Li-Chuan 74
74, 129, 151
Yanes, Carlos A.
Yanez, Dilcia Y. 48,
123, 127, 128
Yano, Naomi 74,
128, 140, 151
Young, Jennifer 48,
Yu, Chung-Dar 48,
Zapata, Oscar G.
Zayas, Edgar A.
74, 134, 135
Zayas, Oskar H.
74, 134, 135
Zornes, Joseph R.
Bales, Melanie 100
Brown, Joe 100,109
Chen, Rafael 100
Cotton, David 101
Cowles, Patty 101
Cuevas, Luis 101
Dee, Geri 101
Fabrega, Paula 101
Fendrick, Gene 101
Fisher, Amy 102
Forrester, John 1 02
Cecilia A. 102,108
Gettys, Jo Ann 102
Hager, John 102
Hanson, Joyce 103
Higley, James 103
M. 103, 109
Nordell, Susan 103
O'Brien, Vicki 104
Petersen, Deanne D.
Ramirez, Jose A.
Rice, Ezra 104
Roa, Laura 104
Seitz, David 104
Seitz, Mayra 104
Sosa, Rita 102, 105
Tejada, Maria 105
Verville, Anne 105
Vaz, Carlos 105
Vice, J. Michael
Wall, Cheryl 105
White, Dorothy E.
Williams, Cecil 106
Tyner, W. Edward
Booth, Ricardo 106
Oakley, Nadine 106
Staha, Mariette 106
Webly, Sonia 106
Holland, Ernest 107
Hunt, Doris 107,
Vol. 85 of the ZONIAN was printed by Jostens Printing and Publishing Division
at their Visalia, California plant. The Jostens Representatives were Rueben
Cruz and Floyd Moore. The plant Consultant was Gil Quesada. The trim size of
the book is 8.5 x 11. The book contains 200 pages, which are Smythe Sewn. The
stock is 80# 191 gloss paper, printed in black ink. The primary typeface used
throughout the book is Benguiat Book. The cover is an original design by
Michelle Kuo. It is custom screened. The book is white with applied colors of
magenta, teal, and yellow. The endsheets are printed with original artwork in
black ink. Portrait work was provided by New Age Photography. The tuxes
were provided by the Pacific Theatre Arts Centre. The candid shots were taken
by student and faculty photographers, most of which were developed and
printed in the BHS darkroom. The 1994 ZONIAN had a run of 400 copies. These
copies sold for an advance price of $40.00. A current events tip-in from Jostens
was also included. The book cost approximately $23,000. This figure includes
photographic expenditures. The yearbook staff consisted of 9 people; 5
students who drew and designed the layouts, 3 photographers, and one adult
Parents of Zonian
The year is practically
over. Teachers are
jotting down our
final grades, janitors
sweep the halls, and we, the
student body are ready to
bust out of the school's
doors with new energy as
the summer commences.
For most of the
students, high school isn't
over yet. These
underclassmen must come
back to survive yet another
one or two years. However
for the rest of the clan, the
seniors, their days in the
sun are done, and awaiting
them is a future unlike any
other. Like senior class
president Ivan Rodriguez
has been famous for saying,
it is "about that time
This time is a time to say
goodbye. However don't
forget that it is also a time
to welcome new
experiences. These are the
days to rememer and the
memories are countless for
many BHS students.
O.K.. .okay. It's time to
drop the sentimental stuff
and focus on what's ahead.
Bahamas? No, maybe even a
trip to Europe and a new
love! But whatever the
summer may bring, the
memories gained will
forever remain. ..and
enough reminding you
about the days you'll miss.
It's summer time-I'm off to
Jamaica - So See Ya!
Over At Lastl Senior Tatiana Llach basks in the
sun and looks ahead to the future. Most se-
niors share Tatiana's sentiment in having com-
pleted High School.
Deep thought Anabel Gundin gives a know-
ing look that school is soon to be over, and
high school days gone forever. (Photo by D.
The BHS ghost-can you see it? Although this
"myth" has yet to be proven, the story was
enough to keep yearbook staff members on
their toes each night before leaving the build-
Are you fooling me? Deron Brooks looks as-
tounded with Shawn Scott peering over his
shoulder as someone states that there are 55
school days left.
Senior Daze. Reflecting upon the calm atmo-
sphere. Seniors enjoy the outdoors during the
CTBS week. While the underclassmen were tak-
ing tests. Seniors were picnicking at the Ama-
So this is it. The last day, and our tedious task is finally over. It was rough and de-
manding; even more so as the days went by and the deadlines piled up on us.
Though it wasn't an easy job, we finally accomplished it through the grace of Qod
and the guidance of Mrs. Bales. Every school year is a year to remember. This year how-
ever, is special to us because it is our last together. We want the memories to last, so we
hope this book captured the year as you lived it. Thanks for sharing these four years with
us. People come and go and places change, but we'll always remember our Tropical Med-
ley. May it bring you as many tears of happiness as it has brought us now that it's over.
And to the Class of '94, may all your goals be reached and may the sun always shine on
-Nonian '94 Editors, M.K. and J.S.
Somali forces release
helicopter pilot Michael
Durantin October after a
disastrous U.N. raid
results in the deaths of 18
President Bill Clinton
promises to withdraw
almost all U.S. forces by
Charles Caratini. Sygma
Investor confidence receives a big psychological boosl on
December 15, when 117 countries agree to expand the General
Agreement on Tariffs and
Trade (GATD, a 46-year-old
treaty that sets rules for world
trade. Economists estimate GATT
could add S274 billion to the
world's economy by 2002.
president of the African
National Congress, and
South African President
Frederik Willem de Klerk
share the 1993 Nobel
Peace Prize for their
efforts to dismantle
South Africa's system of
rigid racial segregation.
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin of Israel and Yasir
Arafat, chairman of the
hands after signing a
peace agreement on
A devastating earthquake
wipes out entire villages
and kills almost 10,000
people southeast of
Bombay, India, on
Fori activity in Haiti
slows after a United
Nations oil and arms
embargo against Hie
country is reinstated
in October. The military
lo relinquish power
prompted the D.N. action.
as the party of
labeled a racist
and fascist, makes
significant gains in
Russian President Boris
Yeltsin casts his vote on
December 12 for a new
Constitution, which will
the Bad" favors
give him sweeping
powers, and for
representatives to a new
and wants Alaska
returned to Russia.
Epix Itom Sygma
"It may be Christmas, but
no one is giving Alaska as
a present to Russia.
-Alaska Senator Frank Murkowski
In December. Damian
Williams receives 10
years in prison for
attacking Reginald Denny
and others during the Los
Angeles riots of 1992,
which were sparked by
the acquittal of four white
police officers in the
beating of Rodney King.
The sordid tale of
teenager Amy Fisher hogs
spawning two books,
three television movies,
and a year's worth of late-
night talk show jokes.
Fisher shot and wounded
the wife of her lover, Joey
James S. Brady gives
thumbs-up as the Brady
Bill becomes law. The
signing ends a political
fight that began after
Brady was shot along with
President Reagan in
1981. The bill imposes a
five-day waiting period for
Brad Markel Gamma/Liaison
aspirant Ross Perot goes
on the road to oppose the
North American Free
Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
in autumn. Congress
approves NAFTA in
November as Perot's
President Clinton and Vice President Gore unveil plans lo
"reinvent governmenl" on September 7. le plan lo save
S108 billion by the year 2000 eliminates mountains of
i egulalions and reflects a prevailing mood among Americans
lo change government. »©
Retired pathologist Jack
Kevorkian, front, who
helped his 20th patient
end his life, is charged in
September with violating
a Michigan law that bans
suicide, a law Kevorkian
vows to ignore.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a
federal appeals court
judge, is confirmed in
August as the 107th
justice and second
woman to serve on the
Supreme Court of the
A major earthquake
measuring 6.6 on the
Richter scale strikes the
Los Angeles area on
January 17, 1994. The
death toll rises over 50
and more than 20.000 are
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In November, fire storms hit LA. --^-
Cotinty. burning 152,000 acres and hundreds
of homes, causing 5500 million in damage.
"There's nothing thai can describe the way I
feel when I see my parents crying. I just wish
I could do something to help.
Tennille Borzani. age 16.
St Louis, Missouri
A farm family in Illinois
flees with some of their
belongings after flood-
waters from the
Mississippi River spill
over their land in the
worst flooding on record
in the midwestern United
States. On July 10,
President Bill Clinton
declarations for the states
of Illinois, Iowa, and
Missouri and in August,
Congress appropriates $6
billion for flood relief.
Firsl lady Hillary Rodham
Clinton leads the Task Force o
National Health Care Reform
Brad Markel, Gamma/Liaison
I/ The computer-passionate (/
h^il nirltiol raolitii o ^^^
hail virtual reality, a
technology where the
user puts on 3-D glasses
with two small video
screens and earphones,
hooks up to a sensor that
tracks eye and body
movement, and then
plays a "reality" cassette,
giving the illusion of
interacting with a
Prospective college students panic at the introduction o( a new
1994 SAT and PSAT test Changes include: a new math section
which allows calculators, no section on antonyms, and longer
reading passages. SAT now stands for Scholastic Assessment
Test, changed from Scholastic Aptitude Test to eliminate the
idea that it's an intelligence test.
The "Cretaceous weevil,"
a contemporary of the
dinosaurs, is discovered.
The weevil was trapped in
tree resin some 120 to
135 million years ago.
The resin hardened into
amber preserving the
insect much like the
fictional storyline of
Michael Crichton's book,
Construction halts in
October on the
Collider in Texas, after
Congress votes against
further funding for what
would have been the
world's largest particle
"The best way to produce smarter kids will be to educate them.
Reports ol advances id
embryology are mis
interpreted as human
cloning.' creating a brief sensation in November. Although
Human Genome Project scientists are optimistic about
learning to treat single-gene diseases, like cystic fibrosis and
sickle cell anemia, science does not have the ability to design
superior beings or perfect children, as people feared.
Wiles at Princeton
University reports in June
that he has found a proof
of Fermat's last theorem,
a problem whose solution
had eluded scholars
Denise Applewhite. Sygma
Astronaut Jeffrey A.
Hoffman adjusts a camera
installed in December to
correct an optical defect
in the orbiting Hubble
Ground contact with the
Mars Observer is lost in
August, shortly before the
spacecraft reaches Mars.
Though suspicion falls on
faulty controls in the
scientists aren't certain
what caused it to fail.
camcorder arrives with
Sony's new Viewcam, in
Hi-8 format with stereo
sound, 4-inch color LCD
stabilization, still and
strobe effects. Viewcam
and the even smaller
Handycam allow you to
film without lifting the
camera to the eye.
Sharp Electronics Co
Eight scientists who spent
two years in a sealed,
ment called Biosphere 2
emerge from isolation in
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Apple Computer, Inc
Whirlpool builds an environmentally
friendly fridge that doesn't use polluting (hlorofluorocarbons
(CFCs). It uses up to 50% less energy and saves up to S600 over
a typical 20 year life. Models will sell in 1994 for about $1,400.
Although media gossip
says otherwise, the
Whitney Houston and
Bobby Brown show-
business marriage stays
strong. Houston, one of
Hollywood's hottest stars
since her film debut in
The Bodyguard, wins
eight 1994 American \J
Music Awards, including
best single for "I Will
Always Love You" and
best album for The
Richard Corkery. LGI
The marital break-up of
Burt Reynolds and Loni
Anderson, seen here in
happier days, dominates
Kip Rano, Gamma/Liaison
movie actor River
Phoenix dies outside a
Hollywood nightclub of a
drug overdose on
J Huba Sygma
The tatty grunge look gives way lo the 70s /f|
look. Love beads, peace signs, platforra
shoes, and belolloms make an
appearance on fashion runways.
Charlotte Lopez is
crowned Miss Teen USA.
Raised in foster homes,
Lopez captures America's
hearts with her
" " Charles Bush. Shooting Star
Model Kate Moss
popularizes the waif look
but draws criticism as an
becomes the goal of many
Terry O'Neill, Sygma
Testing their courage,
many Americans seek
such outdoor thrills as
rock climbing and white
Focus on Spoils
"I did not throw temper tantrums!
Working adults slay in coni<n '
with their children by putting
them on beepers, an electronic paging system that can
tell the kids to phone home and goes great with this year's
heel-lighted sneakers and liny portable telephones.
Shannen Doherty, the bad
girl of the popular
"Beverly Hills 90210,"
makes tabloid headlines
lor her volatile behavior
and guick marriage to
Charles Bush, Shooting Star
I went days and days and days
without having a fit! Weeks!
Opinionated radio and
television personality Rush
< Limbaugh vents his views in
The Way Things Ought To
Be, which appears on the
best-seller lists throughout
i ot the year.
EOdie ArJams Sygma
Car enthusiasts gel a treat on
TV's "Viper, "where the star
of the show is a cnmefighting
sporlscar with car chases and
macho heroics galore.
Country singer Lyle Lovett
and Hollywood beauty
Julia Roberts surprise
fans by tying the knot on
Ron Davis Shooting Star
CBS's "David Letterman
Show" comes up a
winner in late-night talk
show wars. The fall
lineup pitted Letterman,
shown here with guest
Vice President Gore,
syndicated "The Arsenio
Hall Show," NBC's "The
Tonight Show," starring
Jay Leno, and Fox
"The Chevy Chase Show.'
Alan Singer, CBS
Robin Williams plays a
middle-aged nanny in
Mrs. Doubtfire, a comic
film about a divorced man
who goes to extreme
lengths to be with his
The cast of the hit
jubilant after winning an
Emmy Award for
series in September.
Teenage heartthrob Joey
Lawrence from the
"Blossom" launches a
Linda Vanoff. LGI
Will Smith, popular star
of television's "The Fresh
Prince of Bel Air," moves
to the big screen in the
film Six Degrees ol
Maurice Mcinnis, LGI
The biggest IllOVie in history with the largest cast Steven Spielberg s Jurassic
Pari is the top grossing film of all time with $860 million in box office receipts. Colossal state-
of-the-art animation and special effects make viewers jump out of their seats.
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IIS. Holocaust Memorial Museum opens in April in Washington Dl to
sellout crowds. The museum replicates ghettos and death camps to tell
the story ol the Nazi murder of 11 million people. The most moving exhibit
features a heap ol real shoes once worn by some of those who were killed.
Schindler's List, a film
about a German
businessman who saves
Jews from Nazi death
camps, becomes a box-
office hit and enhances
the reputation of director
"It may not bring anybody
back alive, but it could remind
people that another Holocaust
is a sad possibility.
Author of Jazz and
Beloved, novelist Toni
Morrison in October
becomes the first African
American to win the
Nobel Prize for Literature.
Micheline Pellelief, Sygma
Tim Burton's stop-motion
feature. The Nightmare
Before Christmas, opens
to rave reviews in
autumn, assuring its
place as a perennial
Touchstone Pictures/Shooting Star
Harrison Ford plays the
elusive Dr. Richard
Kimble, pursued by
Tommy Lee Jones'
relentless U.S. Marshall,
in the summer chase-
movie blockbuster The
The National Cable TV Association
and the four broadcast networks
draft plans to regulate
violent programs and
institute a rating system to
help parents decide what
their children should watch
/ u welt \a\a hack!
Zooming to popularity
Lenny Kravitz tours with
reggae sound after his
third album. Are You
Gonna Go My Way,
Maiy Powell LGI
Country dreamboat Billy
Ray Cyrus releases his
second album, It Won't
Be the Last, which climbs
into the top 10 along with
hit song "Somebody
Newlywed Mariah Carey
releases Music Box as
cuts "Dreamlover" and
"Hero" top the charts.
Carey tours the country
and stars in a TV special
in the fall of 1994.
Spike Nannarello, Shooting Star
Controversy dogs Michael
Jackson, who gave his
first interview in years to
Oprah Winfrey in early
1993. Jackson later
becomes tabloid fodder
when a 13-year-old
accuses him of sexual
abuse. Jackson cancels
the remainder of his
Dangerous world tour due
to health problems.
After achieving gdrganluan
siardom. Nirvana returns lo the
studio after a two year hiatus to
record chart topping In Utero .
Nirvana headlines this summer's
1994 Lotlapalooza tour, with
Smashing Pumpkins and the Beastie Boys
Singer Janet Jackson
makes her motion picture
debut as a teenage
hairdresser who writes
poetry in the film Poetic
Justice. Her album janet.
tops the charts.
Bluegrass singer Vince
Gill, who came to fame
with "When I Call Your
Name," earns 8 Country
Music Award nominations
Tim Mosenlelder. LGI
Top pop artist
Michael Bolton defies
the critics and attracts
rabid female tans with his sensitive crooning. Bolton's
12.000 member (an club is 98% female and most will travel
far to hear him sing "Thai's What Love Is All About"
Prince changes his name to a male/female symbol and
releases a greatest hits album. The Hits: Volume 1& 11 . The
purple one sells out Radio City Music Hall and opens the
New Power Generation boutique in Uptown Minneapolis
selling CDs. posters, and jewelry.
Pearl Jam with
charismatic lead singer
Eddie Vedder releases
their second album Vs. to
great acclaim. Pearl Jam
takes tour awards at the
MTV Video Music Awards
in September, topping
charts with "Daughter"
Rap godfathers Run-DMC
embrace Christianity and
release Down With the
King, to the roaring
accolades of young hip
Gregory Jackson LGI
Stone Temple Pilots play
in heavy MTV rotation,
while Core goes triple
platinum, with hits like
Tibor Bozi LG!
with Steven Tyler, cross
the country with their Get
A Grip tour and hit "Eat
Paul Lyden, LGI
Blind Melon's self-titled
debut album features the
hit "No Rain;" they make
the cover of Rolling Stone.
Lynn Goldsmith, LGI
Surprise hit femme
-^-rockers L7 tour non-stop
as fans flock to their ram-
bunctious shows to hear
"Pretend We're Dead."
Tibor Bozi. LGI
R.E.M.'s Automatic lor
the People becomes the
top college album as
Michael Stipe and his
group win new fans.
Stephanie Jennings LGI
Metallica wins big at the
Bay Area Music Awards
and tours Indonesia in
April to near riots.
Chuck Jackson, LGI
R&B phenoms Boyz II
Men go pop and get a $30
million deal with Motown
because of tenacious hits
like "End of the Road."
Chuck Jackson LGI
" AlDS.teen pregnancy..drinking and driving
Jm definitely not going to shy away from
talking where kids need to be spoken to.
This year, MC Lyte goes
ighter on the message,
returning to fat beats
and fat lyrics with Ain't
At his best on his 15th
album River of Dreams.
44-year-old Billy Joel,
master of pop and sweet
doo-wop. goes on the
road with what he says is
his last tour.
\ki uifici omjL tke
figure skaters Katarina
designated hitter Dave
Witt and Brian Boitano
Winfield on September
hope to bring home
16 becomes the 19th
additional medals from
player to make 3,000
the 1994 Winter Olympics
Focus on Sports
S Allen, Gamma/Liaison
Shaquille O'Neal is called
the new crown prince of
the NBA, and becomes a
solid celebrity with a
book, TV appearances,
and a debut rap album
called Shaq Diesel.
Star quarterback Joe
Montana, who led the San
Francisco 49ers to four
Super Bowl victories,
quarterback for the
Kansas City Chiefs
Otto Greule. Allsport
Super Bowl XXVIII
The Dallas Cowboys win 30 to
13 over Ihe Buffalo Bills on
Super Sunday 1994.
Monica Seles, top-ranked
player in women's tennis,
manages a smile during
her recovery from a knife
wound inflicted by a
spectator at a match in
Hamburg, Germany, on
"The thrill is gone.
Chicago Bulls guard
Michael Jordan jolts the
nation with the
announcement of his
retirement in October.
Jordan's father James is
slain July 23.
ESPN2, d sporls cable channel
for young people, makes plans,
lo hil the screen with youth
targeted events like skateboard
ing. snowboarding, BMX biking.
white water rafting and rock climbing
The Toronto Blue Jays win
their second consecutive
World Series on October
23, when a ninth-inning
home run by outfielder
Joe Carter gives them an
8-6 victory over the
Philadelphia Phillies in
game six of the Series.
Focus on Sports
-i You dream it all those
years as a kid, and then here
you are -
Al Leiter, Blue Jays relief pitcher
Alexandre Daigle signs a
contract with the Ottawa
Senators in June, one of
the most lucrative
contracts in NHL history.
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U.S. Champion and 1992 Olympic Bronze
Medalist Nancy Kerrigan becomes the victim
of an assault in January. Optimistic
about her recovery. ^,
the Olympic ^t '
Committee votes ^> (
Kerrigan onto the U.S. team. .c^> n
Texas Rangers pitcher
Charles Barkley of the
Brett of the
Nolan Ryan retires in
Phoenix Suns is named
September at the age of
the NBAs most valuable
45 after a record-setting
player in May 1993.
from baseball in
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1993. after 20
seasons and a
average of .307
Steprien Dunn, Allsport
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Branch Davidian leader.
David Koresh. who
claimed to be Jesus, dies
in a fire with 74 of his
followers, in Waco.
capital, continues to
suffer Serb shelling.
Japan's Crown Prince
Naruhito marries Harvard
grad Masaka Owada.
Diana. Princess of Wales,
separated a year from
Prince Charles, curtails
Florida State quarterback
Charlie Ward, wins the
center. Mario Lemieux.
diagnosed with Hodgkins
disease, returns to the
lineup for an NHL record
17-game winning streak.
Top Grossing Films
Sleepless in Seattle
In the Line ol Fire
Top Grossing Concerts
Bette Midler. Radio City
Garth Brooks. Texas
Billy Joel. Madison
Square Garden Arena
Grateful Dead. Sam Boyd
Silver Bowl, Las Vegas
Kiss of the Spider Woman
Angels in America
Top Hip Hop Chants
Tag Team. "Whoomp!
There It Is
"Hip Hop Hooray. Ho Hey
Ho. " Naughty By Nature
Steffi Graf wins
Wimbledon. French and
U.S. Open victories.
Lorena Bobbitt is found
not-guilty due to
temporary insanity for
estranged husband. John
Chicago White Sox
outfielder. Bo Jackson,
his left hip held together
by polyethylene and
cobalt chrome, comes
back after 18 months and
pinch hits a home run in
as the site of the
retires from tennis singles
after a long and brilliant
manufacturing gets a
boost as 68 utilities,
serving 40% ol the
consumers, form a
consortium to buy $500
million worth of solar
energy panels during the
next six years.
Ravaged by hunters, the
South China tiger
less than 5,000; India's
Bengal tiger has declined
26% since 1989 to fewer
Norway returns to whale
hunting after a seven-year
hiatus. The hunt violates
a moratorium decreed by
the International Whaling
Non-militant Naomi Wolf
makes feminism popular
again with speaking
engagements across the
country and her book Fire
Two 10-year-old boys are
found guilty of the
kidnapping and murder of
a 2-year-old in Liverpool,
Ford Mustang, at the age
of 30, gets a more
powerful engine and
Motor Trends Car of the
Multiplayers video game
system, with CD quality
sound and a 32-bit
processor, bids to be one
of the main vehicles on
the data superhighway.
Barney the purple
dinosaur shows no sign
of extinction with
sales of Barney-
"The Simpsons" ^
"David Letterman Show'
"Murder. She Wrote"
Top Selling Books
The Bridges ol Madison
County, Robert James
See, I Told You So, Rush
The Way Things Ought To
Be. Rush Limbaugh
Nightmares & Dream-
scapes, Stephen King
Without Remorse, Tom
The Joy Luck
Club, Amy Tan
Liz Phair, Exile in Guyville
Tony Toni Tone, Sons ot
Yo La Tengo, Painlul
plans a network TV
special and a feature film.
The World Mourns:
Rudolf Nuryev. ballet
Agnes De Mille, American
Audrey Hepburn, actress/
Dizzy Gillespie, bebop
William Golding, 1983
Brandon Lee, action-star/
Bruce Lee's son
Vincent Price, actor/
Arthur Ashe, tennis
Reggie Lewis, Boston
Bill Bixby, actor/director
Frank Zappa, 70s pop
Davey Allison, NASCAR
Digable Planet, Reachin'
(A New Refutation ol Time
Willie Nelson, Across the
LLCoolJ, 14 Shots to the
Sting. Ten Summoner's
Dwight Yoakam, This Time
Lemonheads, Come On
Feel the Lemonheads
Soul Asylum, Grave
soundtrack from The
Dr. Dre, The Chronic
Guns N' Roses, "The
Meat Loaf. Bat Out ol Hell
II: Back Into Hell
Snoop Doggy Dogg,
MCRen. Shock of the
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